Let's start off easy with Taylor's most recent single, "Shake It Off." We've noticed the Polaroid-themed artwork in both her latest single and '1989' album cover artwork, and we're expecting more vintage-tinged covers for her future singles. (And, yes, you may have guessed this one from the lyrics written below. But things are about to get harder.)
That's the cover art to "Change," the 2008 single Tay recorded for the 'AT&T Team USA Soundtrack' for the Olympics that year. "Change" was the first new song from Tay after she wrapped up promoting her self-titled debut record that sold more than five million copies. "Change" was later included on her sophomore LP 'Fearless.' The accompanying artwork prominently features her then-signature side-swept bangs.
There isn't a stallion pictured, but this is the cover to "White Horse," the second single from her 2008 album 'Fearless.' It hit No. 13 on the Hot 100 and was certified double platinum.
This the gorgeous artwork to "Fearless," the title track of her sophomore album. It was the fifth and final single from the album, peaking at No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.
Kanye wasn't included, but this is the cover to "Mean." Rumored to be about those who have dissed the country-pop darling (including critics, West and the like), the kiss-off track just missed the Top 10 when it peaked at No. 11 in 2011.
Throwback alert! This is the artwork for Taylor's debut single "Tim McGraw" way back in 2006. Yup, those are cowgirl boots. Do you miss this side of Taylor ever?
Ah, back whenTaylor was just a regular country princess. "Love Story" was her breakout mainstream hit and her first single to crack the Hot 100's Top 5. The fairy tale princess-themed video has garnered more than 150 million views, making this single cover one of her most recognizable. (Sorry if you didn't get this one right. It only gets tougher from here.)
That'd be the cover for "Red," the title track and fifth official single from her blockbuster fourth album. The track was another Top 10 hit for Tay Tay.
That would be the cover to "Mine," the first single off Tay's 'Speak Now' album, which sold more than a million copies its first week out. Many remember this cover sitting pretty at No. 1 on their iTunes account.
That's for "Sweeter Than Fiction," a synthy, '80s-inspired pop song she penned with fun.'s Jack Antonoff for the film 'One Chance.'
Yup, you definitely saw this one atop the iTunes Singles chart too. The poppy "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" single led off her 'Red' LP and was her first No. 1 on the Hot 100. It helped the album sell more than 1.2 million copies in its first week—the second-highest first-week sales for a female artist ever. Who says people don't buy albums nowadays?
That's "Today Was a Fairytale," recorded for the 'Valentine's Day' soundtrack, aka the movie where we first saw Taylor's acting skills! We've always wondered if the song was inspired by her getting to chill with then-boyfriend Taylor Lautner on a Hollywood movie set all day. Sounds like a fairy tale to us?
After the pop-leaning "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," Swift returned to her country-folk side with the follow-up single "Begin Again." This cover screams classic Taylor to us.