One of the most talked about songs on Taylor Swift's Speak Now was a ditty called "Mean," which my BFF Theon Weber focused on in-depth in his review for this paper.
"It's chipper and funny, because the narrator is predicting escape from someone she dislikes: 'Some day, I'll be living in a big ol' city/ And all you're ever gonna be is mean.' And then, slipped in casually, a glimpse of the submerged shadow: 'Someday, I'll be big enough so you can't hit me.'"
This was early enough that it hadn't caught wind yet that Swift had been quoted as saying the song was actually about the unthinkable: infamous music industry blogger Bob Lefsetz.
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