We thought we'd start you off with an easy one.
This classic line is from Nirvana's "Drain You."
These lyrics are from "Been A Son" by Nirvana.
Taylor Swift sang this gem in "Mine," the lead single from her sophomore album, 'Speak Now.'
If there's one person who loves using rain motifs to analogize her feelings, it's Taylor Swift
This opening line from "Serve the Servants" has become one of Nirvana's most iconic lyrics.
Taylor Swift wistfully sings this line in "The Lucky One," a song about a fallen star ravaged by fame.
This line seems like it could easily have been in a T-Swift song, but it's actually from "Negative Creep" by Nirvana.
This line is a refrain from "Lounge Act" on Nirvana's 'Nevermind'
For such a sweetie, Taylor gets grim sometimes.
These lyrics have a juvenile quality one might associate with a young T-Swift, but they're from "Sliver" by Nirvana.
These lyrics are from "Dear John," a song that Taylor Swift is said to have written about her ex-boyfriend, John Mayer. As far as we know, Kurt Cobain never wrote any songs about John Mayer.
Taylor has written some brutal things about her exes, but we don't think she's ever called anyone ugly. This one's from "Lithium" by Nirvana.
Kurt Cobain and Taylor Swift have both expressed much sadness and also fondness for dancing, but this particular line is from Nirvana's "Aneurysm."
Taylor Swift is a tortured soul.
Seriously, she's like, really dark.
Kurt Cobain was quite the feminist.
Kurt Cobain famously made apathy sound like poetry, but this line happens to be from "The Story of Us" by Taylor Swift.
Crying on command sounds like something Taylor Swift would probably do, but this lyric is from Nirvana's "On A Plain."
This is a level of candor even Kurt Cobain never approached; the line is from Taylor Swift's "Stay Stay Stay."