This week, Taylor Swift sat down with Tracy Smith of CBS Sunday Morning to talk about her new album, the headlines, and more in a candid interview. View this video on YouTube youtube.com Here's everything we learned: 1. She's tired of the "different vocabulary" for men and women in the music industry. CBS "A man does something, it's 'strategic'; a woman does the same thing, it's 'calculated.' A man is allowed to 'react'; a woman can only 'overreact.' It goes on and on and on. A man does something? 'Confident and bold.' A woman does it the same way, and she's 'smug.' A man 'stands up for himself'; a woman 'throws a temper tantrum.' 2. Taylor wrote the song "Lover" on the piano at home, seen here: CBS She wrote the song in her house and "polished it up in the studio." The above is a screen grab from a video she took on her cell phone. 3. She's extremely grateful for her younger brother moving to Nashville when they were young, so she could pursue her dream. CBS "My brother’s a real bro for doing that. It worked out well. Yeah, I buy them a lot of presents.” 4. Taylor said she's always the first to admit when she's wrong. CBS "I'm still always the first person to say sorry when I'm wrong, but I'm getting better at standing up for myself when I'm being wronged." 5. This was Taylor's reaction upon hearing "Scooter Braun." vlad/like limit @komhoutsold Taylor's reaction when she hears "Scooter Braun". Thats it, thats the tweet 02:37 PM - 25 Aug 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 6. When asked if she plans on re-recording her songs, Taylor said, "Oh yeah." CBS 7. Taylor said she found out about Scooter buying her masters when the info was released online. Taylor Swift Updates @TSUpdatesNYBU 📹 | Another teaser from Taylor’s @CBSNews interview talking about the sale of her masters, airing August 25th: “I couldn’t believe who he sold it to because we’d had endless conversations about Scooter Braun, & he has 300M reasons to conveniently forget those conversations.” 11:30 PM - 23 Aug 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite "I found out when it hit the news. Nobody knew. I couldn't believe who he sold it to because we've had endless conversations about Scooter Braun, and he has 300 million reasons to conveniently forget those conversations." 8. Scooter reached out to Taylor in a tweet. CBS Scooter called the album "brilliant." 9. Taylor tries not to share where she spends most of her time because stalkers show up and sometimes armed. CBS "Since my addresses are on the internet, I try not to say where I am, because people show up...there are imaginary marriages. I've had stalkers show up to my houses, armed." 10. Taylor said she sings to haters because they come for her. CBS "Well, when they stop coming to me, I’ll stop singing to them. People go on and on about how you have to forgive and forget to move past something. No, you don’t. You can move on without any of those things happening. It just becomes indifference." 11. Taylor got emotional talking about "Soon You'll Get Better," a song about her mom Andrea's battle with cancer. CBS "It's really interesting 'cause I don't think I've written a song quite like that before. It's just a tough one. It's not something we deal with until someone close to us is going through something like that." 12. Taylor compares her life to a fishbowl. CBS "I oftentimes think my life is like a fish bowl, and that if I were to fall in love, somebody’s choosing to be in that fish bowl with me — to jump into the fish bowl with me and live in that world just with me. It’s not as depressing as it sounds, just symbolic." 13. As for what's next, she has no clue. CBS "It just puts me into a panic spiral. It freaks me out when I zoom out too far. I have no idea where I'm going to be or even wanna be in 20 years. I [only look in advance] 6 months, just because I need to plan shows. I don’t know what I'm doing after this album. It's actually really ungrateful to just assume that you have 20 years. Like, be stoked that you have today." You can watch the full interview here.