Swift makes use of a marching beat and rattling snare drum to convey this metaphoric research of the inherent battles in relationships.

‘The Great War’

The whispering ballad is a reluctant farewell, as Swift sings with deep melancholy, “every part I contact turns into sick with disappointment.”

‘Bigger Than The Whole Sky’

A finger-snapping dance observed with a stabbing beat, “Paris” most closely fits the vibe of the opposite songs on “Midnights.”


As quickly as Swift sings, “Do you actually need to know the place I used to be April 29?”

‘High Infidelity’

A methodically prowling electronic-heavy observation that seems like a real outtake.


Swift laments that “I miss who I was” as she sings of different regrets that outline hindsight.

‘Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve’

Swift applauds the significance of secrets and techniques and performs with the vocal results which can be distinguished on the "Midnight" album's “Midnight Rain.”

‘Dear Reader’