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Again with the Black and White theme…….
Night and Day?
Darkness and Light?
Shadows and Fog?
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Earlier, I referred to a somewhat credible rumor about Nathan Chapman working on the fifth album.
This would be the source….
the way I figure it, if someone who actually got to visit his house mentions her new album, that’s a reasonable rumor.
…..also, the decor seems like as if Taylor were picking things out for a guy.
so i had an epiphany last night about taylor’s next album and maybe it’s kind of crazy but it made sense to me at 2 am so here it is
i was thinking about the whole roses theory and i think that there’s definitely some connection to roses on the next album. there have been too many pictures on instagram and hints about roses for it to be a coincidence. but i was also thinking about the whole “project cardinal” email that some people got yesterday so i was thinking about cardinal and roses at the same time.
that reminded me of the cardinal directions (north, south, east, and west). the cardinal directions are usually represented on a compass rose. so maybe this was just me being delirious in the middle of the night but what if the next album has something to do with direction or a compass?
it would kind of make sense because taylor said she’s broadened the subject of what she’s writing about and a compass can often be a metaphor for life and new directions in life and i dont know maybe im completely off but there it is.
EDIT: second plot twist One Direction
Okay so I know a while ago there was the whole “roses” theory when it came to the new album. But honestly what if it has something to do with the ocean or the sea? Idk just a thought I had. I don’t actually think it will be, I think she just really likes the ocean. But I do think we’ll get one song that had to do with the beach.
“Garden" was the only theme I have been thinking of, but "Oceans" might be right up there.
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I’m not sure I’m ready for the “ArtCountry” era.