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19 Times Taylor Swift Accidentally Sang About Australia

We are never getting back together m8.

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1. When she perfectly captured the feeling of avoiding spoilers for our fave U.S. shows.

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2. And when she knew the feel we get when the weather man says it'll be sunny but it's overcast by lunchtime.

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3. When she knew how we react when it's perfect weather on Australia Day.

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4. When she sung about how we feel arriving at favourite cafe and it has one outside table left.

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5. When she got our struggles about Oporto putting kilojoule information on their menu boards.

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6. When she sung about Tim Tams being half price at Coles.

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7. And when she understands our rage when the train is delayed for the fourth time in a week.

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8. She knows what happens when there's a hot weekend in the middle of winter and we HAVE to go to the beach.

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9. And all about the pain and confusion of looking at rent prices on domain.com.au.

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10. When she sung about getting to a club just after the 1.30am lockout.

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11. And when she totally got what it is like talking to the sales girls at Sass & Bide.

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12. She knows how we react when Kiwis try to say that their country is better than ours.

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13. And she accurately summed up our dreams of summer on cold July nights.

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14. She knows that feeling of finding a great dress at Supre.

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15. She sympathised with us when we heard Pie Face was closing.

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16. And she summed up our thoughts when we're charged 50 cents for a tiny packet of tomato sauce.

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17. She had the perfect response for Triple J when they excluded "Shake It Off" from the Hottest 100.

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18. She knows what we think when we see British people move to Australia thinking it'll be year-round sunshine and beach weather.

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19. And she 100% understood our pain when Maccas announced they'd do delivery... but only between certain hours.

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