"This Love" is the eleventh track on Taylor Swift's fifth studio album 1989. It is a song with a subtle indie rock edge. The lyrics speak of love that comes and goes and isn't quite as strong as it once was. However, the lyrics also speak of letting go of love when it's time to move on.
Interestingly, the "This Love" track has a small secret hidden in its liner notes. In fact, the track is the first song that was written for the 1989 album. Apparently, it was the best song of the entire record, and was so good that it was played on the radio.
The "This Love" track has some interesting lyrics. For instance, it's the song with the most obvious reference to the "m" in the "m-m-m" symbol.
Another interesting fact about the song is that it's the only one that's written by Taylor Swift. Earlier, it was an unfinished poem that was eventually converted into a song.
Moreover, the'm-m-m' in the title of this track is a metaphor for falling in love. Like the ocean's tides, this is an element of nature that never stays the same.
The "This Love" track is part of a larger story about the power of love. Specifically, it's about how a certain person is capable of reinventing the old midnights. This isn't the only time that Taylor Swift has mentioned the rain in her songs. She mentions it in her lyrics throughout her career.