Twitter Has Approximately No Chill Over Taylor Swift Dropping “Carolina”

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Good morning, Taylor Swift just dropped “Carolina,” her new song for the Where the Crawdads Sing soundtrack. And naturally Twitter is simply not okay!!!!

“About a year & half ago I wrote a song about the story of a girl who always lived on the outside, looking in,” Taylor mused while introducing the song to the world. “Figuratively & literally. The juxtaposition of her loneliness & independence. Her curiosity & fear all tangled up. Her persisting gentleness & the world’s betrayal of it. I wrote this one alone in the middle of the night and then @AaronDessner and I meticulously worked on a sound that we felt would be authentic to the moment when this story takes place. I made a wish that one day you would hear it. ’Carolina’ is out now.”

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Yep, yes, accurate to all of this.

FYI, Taylor recorded “Carolina” in one take using instruments that were only available prior to 1953. As Reese Witherspoon, who produced Where the Crawdads Sing, put it (via Variety), “She read this book and loved it so much, and then she heard we were making a movie [during the period] she was making her ’Folklore’ album and then she wrote a song with that whole ’Folklore’ team, which was so haunting and magical and beautiful.”

Where the Crawdads Sing director Olivia Newman also added, “The first time I listened to it, I just started bawling and I said, ’I don’t know what’s happening to me right now.’ I mean, I love singing along to Taylor Swift songs but I never cry like this.”

Wow, same!

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