The Best Taylor Swift Bridges Ever
From her debut Taylor Swift to 2022's Midnights, Taylor Swift's sharp pen and changing production styles means she has some of the most addictive bridges in pop music. Whichever style (no pun intended) and era you prefer, they're on this list of Taylor Swift's best bridges for you to vote on.
“You Belong With Me” has an anthemic bridge clearly meant to be shouted along with the rest of the song. Meanwhile, “champagne problems” is storytelling at its finest, with a bridge escalating the story of “longtime college sweethearts [who] had very different plans for the same night, one to end it and one who brought a ring”, and even a rare f-bomb thrown in there for good measure. Other great bridges on this list include “Dress” and “august” among others.
What Taylor Swift bridges do you think are the best? Vote up your favorite and see where the others rank.
All Too Well (Taylor's Version)
Bridge starts: 4:00
And you call me up again just to break me like a promise
So casually cruel in the name of bein' honest
Bridge starts: 1:39
I'm drunk in the back of the car
And I cried like a baby coming home from the bar (Oh)
Said, "I'm fine," but it wasn't true
I don't wanna keep secrets just to keep you
Bridge starts: 2:25
Sometimes you just don't know the answer
'Til someone's on their knees and asks you
"She would've made such a lovely bride
What a shame she's f*cked in the head," they said
Out of the Woods
Bridge starts: 2:34
Remember when you hit the brakes too soon?
Twenty stitches in the hospital room
When you started crying, baby, I did too
But when the sun came up, I was looking at you
You're On Your Own, Kid
Bridge starts: 2:05
From sprinkler splashes to fireplace ashes
I gave my blood, sweat, and tears for this
I hosted parties and starved my body
Like I'd be saved by a perfect kiss
Bridge starts: 2:45
To live for the hope of it all
Cancel plans just in case you'd call
And say, "Meet me behind the mall"
So much for summer love and saying "us"
'Cause you weren't mine to lose
You weren't mine to lose, no