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January 24th, 2014
Dear Taylor Swift,
This Sunday is the Grammy Awards, as you are well aware, and you will be performing. Again, I’m really stating the obvious on this one. Today you posted a gorgeous black and white pic of yourself seated at a piano with the caption “Today at rehearsals for @Grammys. I’m trying to remember.. What was the song a lot of you were saying you wanted me to perform on the #Grammys?”
This was a very exciting post for me. You’ve been working on your dance moves as of late. I know this, because we live in a world where grown men follow you with cameras and take pictures of you leaving dance class and then post them online. Side note: sorry to see that, it must be really weird.
Getting back on track, your recent lessons have lead us Swifties to believe you may do a fast song from Red during the Grammys, which would require dancing, but now that you’ve posted a piano pic, I think not.
There are two obvious guesses that accompany this picture. One is that you’re performing Everything Has Changed with your bestie Ed Sheeran, which would makes sense. The song is a single off Red, which is up for a Grammy, and features Ed, who is also up for a Grammy.
You could also be performing That Last Time with Gary Lightbody, which would also be a great choice. It’s rumoured to be the next single and, like Everything Has Changed, is a stirring and emotional track.
But along with my fellow Swifties online, I’m hoping you’ll go with option three, the ringer, and perform All Too Well. You’ve said that it was the most difficult song to write on the album and frankly, you nailed it. And you nailed my feelings.
All of the feelings.
Seriously, so many feelings with this one.
The feelings and the emotions. The emotions and the feelings.
At some points All Too Well hurts a little, because it’s like you’re IN OUR BRAINS.
Then it’s like, do I want to remember this black hole of time in my soul?
But we do, because it helps us move forward. Taylor, if you do play All Too Well on Sunday night, you can be sure this Swifty will be doing this at home for the full four minute performance.