Taylor Swift’s fifth single from her new album, Red, is titled “State of Grace.” The song is an anthem rock song and it opens up the record. It has received acclaim from music critics for its sweeping emotion and broader sound than her previous country pop releases.
A bold experiment in arena rock, it’s described as a “call-to-arms” that warns listeners about the dangers of getting entangled in a love affair and suggests that you shouldn’t wait to be freed from it. It’s also a reminder that love is an intensely vulnerable experience that can be broken if you’re not careful, but it’s also one that can bring you to a state of blissful happiness.
The lyrics of this song are very powerful and it is likely that it will be extremely relatable for many people. It’s a song about leaving a relationship that is manipulative and you wish that the one you left was “a better man.”
This song really hits the nail on the head and it’s so sad and beautiful at the same time. It’s definitely a must-listen for everyone.
It sounds a lot like the 2012 version of the song, but it’s much smoother and her voice doesn’t break as often, which is a huge difference. It also has a very upbeat and danceable feel to it.
This is one of my favorite songs from her new album, and I really hope she does a lot more of these kind of songs in the future. They are such a great way to express her emotions and they always make me cry.