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    Here Are 10 Taylor Swift Songs That Should Definitely Be On Your Valentine's Day Playlist

    Your whole playlist will feel like a ~love story~.

    It’s no secret that Taylor Swift is one of the queens of modern love songs, especially as someone who named an entire album, Lover. In honor of Valentine’s Day, here are ten of our favorite tunes (in no particular order)!

    1. “Enchanted” (2010)

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    This fan-favorite track is 5 minutes and 53 seconds of pure magic! It describes a boring night that became exciting after Taylor ran into a certain someone. It could easily be (and should be) part of the soundtrack for a dreamy Cinderella movie!

    2. “Cornelia Street” (2019)

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    This song is supposedly named after the street she lived on when she started dating her current boo, “Cornelia Street” details Taylor’s fears that her relationship might fall apart one day. The bridge cements the relationship’s seriousness, describing their memories as “sacred new beginnings that became [her] religion.”

    3. “Begin Again” (2012)

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    For anyone who’s losing hope in love this season, “Begin Again” is the song for you! It’s about Taylor learning to believe in love again after a relationship went wrong, and the music video is pretty much a four-minute rom-com where Taylor falls for a mysterious French man.

    4. “Love Story” (2008)

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    Kind of a no-brainer since it’s so iconic, but “Love Story” really is one of the standout love songs of Taylor’s discography. Putting an optimistic spin on Romeo and Juliet, Taylor grabbed the world’s attention and this was one of her biggest first hits.

    5. “Call It What You Want” (2017)

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    After everything Taylor went through in 2016, “Call It What You Want” is the song that explained how Taylor's relationship helped her through a time where she felt the world was against her. The lyric video includes a handful of adorable home movies (that Joe Alwyn supposedly filmed).

    6. “Mary’s Song” (2006)

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    Inspired by a story a neighbor once told Taylor, “Mary’s Song” is about a long-lasting romance between people who grew up in the same neighborhood that didn’t speak until they were 16 and 18. It’s a cute real-life love story that’s bound to make your heart flutter!

    7. “Invisible String” (2020)

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    “Invisible String” is a sweet account of how Taylor and her lover's lives intertwined over the years. Her “Willow” music video also features the idea of a gold string tying her to her lover.

    8. “Crazier” (2009)

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    If you grew up watching Disney Channel in the late '00s, you’ve probably heard this song at least a dozen times. Taylor wrote it for the Hannah Montana movie, which she appeared in and played this song at a barn fundraiser.

    9. “You Are In Love” (2014)

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    Taylor’s 1989 album was mostly about finding yourself after a breakup, but “You Are in Love” was a sweet exception. She wrote the song about a friend’s relationship, hoping to one day find the type of romance they had.

    10. “Today Was a Fairytale” (2010)

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    A Taylor-themed Valentine’s Day wouldn’t be complete without “Today Was a Fairytale,” which she wrote for the aptly-named rom-com Valentine’s Day. The movie follows several couples trying to make February 14th the most romantic day of the year, and Taylor plays a teenage girl dating a popular high school track athlete.

    Which song speaks to you the most? Sound off in the comments below!

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