‘Lover’ the seventh studio album of the singing sensation Taylor Swift is already out this weak on Thursday. The fans like all the songs of the record on the broader area. But the Popstar says she may never perform one of the songs of the album live.
“Soon You’ll Get Better” is the acoustic- guitar-based, featuring the Dixie Chicks was the hardest song to write, Swift, says she finds the song “hard to sing.” “That’s a good song I don’t know if I’ll ever play the song live. It’s just really difficult for me” she says after performing select Lover tracks as a part of ‘SiriusXM Toen Hall’ on Friday. “It was hard to write. It’s hard to sing. It’s hard to listen to for me. But sometimes, music is like that. Sometimes It’s just about the stuff that was pleasant to feel.”
And during a Youtube Livestream, she says “I can’t sing it. It’s hard to just emotionally deal with the song,” and on the other hand, she said the easiest song were the ones she wrote herself- “Carnelia Street,” “Lover” and “Daylight.”
“I treated life like I was a report card like I was being Graded on every single moment of every single day. And if I got less than an A-minus, I pretty much felt completely worthless. I still struggle with that every day. But what I would is that life is not a report card. You’re not being graded on this moment to moment,” she said, ” Go easy on yourselves, kids. Br kind to yourselves”.
The musician first revealed mom ‘Andrea Swift’ was battling cancer in 2015, and earlier this year told ‘Vogue’ that she had relapsed. Much like Taylor’s decision to divulge the news of her illness publicly the first time, she said her family played an important role in including “Soon Youll Get Better” on Lover.