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(AUDIO) Taylor Swift Focuses On Living In The Moment At Every Age

July 28, 2013

Taylor Swift has managed to grow up quite gracefully, and these days at age 23 she is showing off a more mature refined image from the 16 year old girl we all first got to know and she says, “When I was sixteen; putting out my first album, I got a lot of questions early on of, ‘Are you gonna grow up too fast? Are you gonna be a train wreck? What’s gonna happen?’ And what I kinda gathered from all that is that it’s really important to grow up as you are the age that you are. Just for me personally that’s a priority. So I feel like when I was eighteen, I was eighteen. And when I was twenty, I was twenty.” Now that she’s 23, Taylor says the goal is simply “trying to kinda live my best version of being twenty three, and to me that is expanding your horizons, challenging yourself musically, thinking outside the box for performances in ways you haven’t before. Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse. Plays lots of shows. Try your best to be better than you’ve been before.” Though she seems to have it all well under control Taylor requests with a smile, “Wish me luck.”

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“I think for me it’s always been a really high priority. Having started this whole process when I was sixteen; putting out my first album, I got a lot of questions early on of, “Are you gonna grow up too fast? Are you gonna be a train wreck? What’s gonna happen?” and what I kinda gathered from all that is that it’s really important to grow up as you are the age that you are. Just for me personally that’s a priority. So I feel like when I was eighteen, I was eighteen. And when I was twenty, I was twenty. And now I’m twenty three and I’m just trying to kinda live my best version of being twenty three and to me that is expanding your horizons, challenging yourself musically, thinking outside the box for performances in ways you haven’t before. Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse. Plays lots of shows. Try your best to be better than you’ve been before. So, wish me luck.”

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