Taylor Swift is a master of painting a picture with her lyrics. From her Grammy-winning album Red to the icy winter songs on Midnights, there's no shortage of her words that will give you that "I'm in the snow" feeling.
'Forever Winter' is one of the nine "From the Vault" tracks that Taylor Swift released on her re-recording of her 2012 album, Red (Taylor's Version). The track was co-written with Foster the People lead singer Mark Foster, and features a song about mental health issues.
This song is about a friend of Swift's who is dealing with serious depression and struggles to get help. She wants to do everything she can to support him, but he won't listen.
Forever Winter is a very emotional song that talks about the struggles of a person who is suffering from depression and their inability to reach out for help. She also reflects on the isolation that many people face during mental health crises, especially when they don't have anyone to talk to.
It's a very important song that can relate to anyone who has gone through a difficult time in their life. It's important to remember that there are people out there who are there to support you, so make sure you are getting the help you need. There are many licensed therapists that you can contact if you are worried about yourself or someone you love. You can find a licensed therapist near you by searching online.