Country song about internet dating
But sometimes – – you don't want to have a camera pointed at you.Sometimes it would be nice if someone just said, ' Hey, I think it's really cool that you have that cat on your head.She's five feet 10, but she looks much taller, even with her lanky legs wrapped underneath her like a pretzel twist."I need lunch like, whoa," Swift says, and an assistant tells her there's a sushi order happening. "Get a boatload."The video is for Swift's soon-to-be-Number One single, "Shake It Off," which she'll perform for the first time at the VMAs later this summer, but which at this point only a handful of people outside the room even know exists. Or" – she holds up her cellphone – "they can turn this on, right? We don't even know."Swift says she never feels completely safe, especially when it comes to her privacy.o my brother comes home the other day," Taylor Swift says, "and he goes, ' Oh, my God – I just saw a guy walking down the street with a cat on his head.'"As an ardent fan of ready-made metaphors, as well as of cats, Swift was excited by this. Half of my brain was going, ' We should be able to take a picture if we want to.
"We wear them during the day and look like pioneer women, fresh off the Oregon Trail."Swift met Dunham in 2012, after she watched and became obsessed.
Every doorway and stairwell is guarded, and every window is blacked out. In 2014, a Swift shoot requires the kind of operational secrecy and logistical complexity rarely seen outside of a SEAL raid.
Before Project Sparrow – the code name chosen by the video's director, Mark Romanek – there was Project Cardinal, a multiweek mission where Swift's social-media team scoured the Web for a representative group of fans to appear in the video.
When one girl posted a photo of her invitation, she was quickly uninvited, then presumably renditioned to whatever CIA black site holds Swift's enemies.
(Jack Antonoff, of Bleachers and fun., who has recently co-written several songs with Swift, says that "just having her songs on my hard drive makes me feel like I have Russian secrets or something.