‘Mr. Perfectly Fine’ – Taylor Swift Launches New ‘Fearless’ Vault Song

Taylor Swift’s Latest Fearless Song – Mr. Perfectly Fine

Taylor Swift surprisingly releases another song from the to-be-launched “Fearless” album (Taylor’s Version) this April 7th, 2021.

For any Swiftie out there, you must be well aware of the unpredictability over Taylor’s releases. Mr. Perfectly Fine is another one in the list. And we must say, this one is quite the banger!

The latest Taylor Swift song from the Fearless album has a rock and pop edge that’s reminiscent of the old Taylor era. She breathes life to it with a modern twist – utilizing clever wordplay with lyrics that connotes a breakup scene. But unlike the melancholic theme, Mr Perfectly Fine has an upbeat rhythm with a drum and strings background, as well as synths building up in the stanzas.

Good ‘old Classic Taylor!

“Hello, Mr. Perfectly fine,” she sings on the chorus and hook, “How’s your heart after breaking mine?/Mr. always at the right place at the right time, baby/Hello, Mr. casually cruel/Mr. everything revolves around you/I’ve been Miss misery since your goodbye/And you’re Mr. perfectly fine.”

One of the songs she’s written in the Fearless era when she was between 13 to 16 years old, this song brings a lot of meaning to Taylor’s songwriting.  Back in March, Swift released another vault song, “You All Over Me,” featuring backing vocals from Maren Morris.

The soon-to-release album is a reaction to the time when Scooter Braun withheld rights to Taylor’s old songs, including all of the previous Taylor’s Fearless songs.

Taylor’s tweet alongside the release brings another dash of humor that mirrors the mood of the song.

Taylor Swift’s Tweet sums Mr. Perfectly Fine up.

@TaylorSwift “Me in 2020: life is chill, writing songs based in fiction to avoid drama, feeling pretty grown up My 2008 music from the vault, in a goblin voice: “REELEEEEEEASE MR PERFECTLY FIIIIIIINE”

Taylor Swift will release Fearless (Taylor’s Version) this April 9th, 2021st, on Friday.

Published by Joshua Munoz

I write alright josh@jamcrew.co

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