Taylor Swift’s Former Classmate Opens Up About What His Classmates Really Thought Of The Singer
When Taylor Swift was in high school, she dreamed of being a singer. She mentioned that she picked up a guitar and learned how to write songs when someone got a demo from her and told her to keep trying. in a date line interview, Taylor said she would find time to write in class, mentioning that she had letter fragments scattered in her algebra notebook. But it doesn’t seem like she was one of the popular girls back then.
Jessica McLane posted a tik tok video claiming that she went to the same high school, Hendersonville High School, as the singer-songwriter, claiming that she was a freshman when Swift was a junior. She explained how “Teardrops on My Guitar” became a hit song, forcing the singer to be homeschooled, adding that rumors began to spread that Swift bought fame from her. McLane claimed that her classmates “hated” Swift, but it was because of her jealousy.
The singer’s “Fearless” album gives people a little glimpse into her high school life with songs like “You Belong With Me” and “Fifteen.” But according to Well-informed person, Swift’s song “You’re on Your Own, Kid” from her recently released album “Midnights” dives into her dreams and aspirations of being a singer while in elementary school. From the lyrics, she seems like she knew she didn’t fit in, so she used songwriting as an outlet.
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