Evermore - "Coney Island" by Taylor Swift

January 8, 2023

Evermore is the ninth studio album of American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. It was released on December 11, 2020. The album features collaborations with The National. One of the songs on the album is "Coney Island."

The song is a duet between Taylor Swift and lead singer Matt Berninger from the band The National. The lyrics are a combination of nostalgia, loss, and regret. As a result, the song has a number of different interpretations.

Fans have attributed the lyrics to several different exes. In one version of the song, the speaker paints a picture of his partner's sky, a gloomy color. He realizes that he may have made her sad. But he doesn't know why. Another version of the song is about Harry Styles.

"Coney Island" was written by Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn. It was produced by Bryce and Aaron Dessner of the band The National.

The song reached number 45 on the Billboard Global 200 chart. It was also ranked at number 18 on the Adult Alternative Songs chart. It was a top 10 hit in 63 countries. It was also #12 on the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs chart. During a live stream, Taylor mentioned that The National was one of her favorite bands.

On the track, Swift tries to make sense of her relationship, but her thoughts are too scattered. She can't figure out why her relationship was so fragile. Eventually, she realizes that she couldn't relate to her partner.


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