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"When I was growing up, I didn’t really know much about being popular or cliques or anything like that. In elementary school and middle school, you start to kind of realize what it’s all about. There are cool kids, and then there’s you, and you’re just trying to figure out where you fit in. I learned a lot about acceptance and rejection, those are the themes that you’ll find spread throughout my music and weaved in throughout all of the lyrics. I really know what it’s like to be accepted, and I also know what it’s like to be rejected. And those are lessons I learned in Wyomissing."
"When I was growing up, I didn’t really know much about being popular or cliques or anything like that. In elementary school and middle school, you start to kind of realize what it’s all about. There are cool kids, and then there’s you, and you’re just trying to figure out where you fit in. I learned a lot about acceptance and rejection, those are the themes that you’ll find spread throughout my music and weaved in throughout all of the lyrics. I really know what it’s like to be accepted, and I also know what it’s like to be rejected. And those are lessons I learned in Wyomissing."

Taylor on her character Rosemary in the Giver


You go through so many different phases in life. I think, you know, life is this constant series of epiphany after epiphany of ‘oh I know this now, I didn’t know that then’ and you’re a different person today than you were yesterday. But I just think that as far as where I wanted to be 5 years ago, this is it. I wouldn’t change a thing. 

You go through so many different phases in life. I think, you know, life is this constant series of epiphany after epiphany of ‘oh I know this now, I didn’t know that then’ and you’re a different person today than you were yesterday. But I just think that as far as where I wanted to be 5 years ago, this is it. I wouldn’t change a thing. 

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Taylor’s Complete “The Giver” Interview