Taylor Swift fans have been buzzing since the release of her latest album, Evermore. The surprise drop was her second this year, following on from her eighth album, Folklore.
This album contains 15 tracks and features a number of Easter eggs that only the biggest Swifties would catch. But the 13th track, "marjorie" has been especially trending on social media.
The lyrics of the song are a tribute to Taylor's late grandmother, Marjorie Finlay. She was an opera singer, who reportedly inspired her to pursue music as a career. She passed away in 2003, and she was a huge influence on Taylor's musical development.
It's a heartbreaking song, as Swift mourns her loss and reflects on the influence she had on her life. In the song, she recalls her time with her grandma and her life lessons. She also admits that she wishes she had asked more questions about her childhood and her family.
She was a strong woman, who taught her to be kind and clever. It's a fitting tribute to her legacy.
It’s the 13th track on Evermore and is credited to Aaron Dessner, who co-wrote with Swift. This track is about Swift’s grandmother, who influenced her career and helped her navigate life with her husband Robert Finlay, a military man.