Taylor Swift – Mr. Perfectly Fine



Relive your high-school heartbreak with the latest track from Taylor Swift’s vault. In “Mr. Perfectly Fine,” Swift directly calls out an ex for breaking her heart over an energetic guitar. We’re not in folklore anymore. With a classic T-Swift bridge and a final, soaring chorus, “Mr. Perfectly Fine” is a 2008 time capsule. “Good-bye Mr. casually cruel / Mr. everything revolves around you,” she sings. “I’ve been Miss misery for the last time / And you’re Mr. perfectly fine.” Fans were quick to notice Swift also uses the phrase “casually cruel” in “All Too Well,” the fifth track on Red, which is believed to be about her ex Jake Gyllenhaal. Despite all the secrets the vault presumably holds, Swift isn’t trying to start anything. “Me in 2020: life is chill, writing songs based on fiction to avoid drama, pretty grown up,” she tweeted Wednesday morning. “My 2008 music from the vault, in a goblin voice: “REELEEEEEEASE MR PERFECTLY FIIIIIIINE.”

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