Taylor Swift Evermore Songs In Order

Evermore was 2021's best-selling alternative music album in the US and an Americana album in the UK
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Taylor Swift Evermore songs in order are 1. Willow 2. Champagne Problems 3. Gold Rush and so on. The Evermore album has fifteen standard edition songs.

Evermore is Taylor's ninth studio album. The album was released less than five months after her eighth studio album, Folklore.

The album incorporates elements of different genres in its music, such as alternative rock, chamber rock, folk-pop, and indie folk.

Produced by Aaron Dessner, Taylor, Jack Antonoff, and Bryce Dessner, the album gained widespread critical acclaim upon its release. The positive reviews from fans and critics further help to solidify Taylor's reputation as a talented and versatile artist.

The album also commercially performed well and entered the Billboard 200 chart at the number one position.

Taylor Swift Evermore Songs In Order

Songs NameLength
Champagne Problems4:04
Gold Rush3:05
'Tis the Damn Season3:49
Tolerate It4:05
No Body, No Crime3:35
Coney Island4:35
Cowboy like Me4:35
Long Story Short3:35
Evermore (featuring Bon Iver)5:04

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1. Willow

Recorded in July 2020, Willow Song was released on December 11, 2020, by Republic Records. The track is the lead single from the album Evermore.

It is a romantic chamber folk song that expresses the singer's romantic state of mind by using several metaphors. The track portrays her life as a willow tree and features instrumentation such as guitars, glockenspiel, strings, flute, and percussion.

The single was produced by Taylor along with Aaron Dessner and gained widespread critical acclaim upon its release. It appeared at number one on the Billboard 200 chart.

Willow also peaked at the number one position in several countries, such as Australia, Singapore, and Canada, and in the top 10 in countries including Belgium, Hungary, Croatia, Ireland, and Malaysia.

2. Champagne Problems

Taylor Swift penned the track Champagne Problems along with William Bowery. The single was released on December 11, 2020.

Champagne Problems delves into the themes of love, the complexities of relationships, heartbreak, and pain.

Lyrically, the track shows the viewpoint of a troubled girlfriend who turns down her boyfriend's marriage proposal because she does not feel ready for it.

Upon its release, the single gained critical acclaim for its portrayal of heartbreak, pain, and mental health. It also performed commercially well, peaking at the top 25 in Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, Malaysia, the US, the U.K., and the Billboard Global 200.

3. Gold Rush

Gold Rush by Taylor Swift is an alternative and indie-genre track. The track runs for three minutes and five seconds.

The single gained widespread praise for its relatable lyrics and the way it captures the complexities of relationships.

The song tells the story of a girl looking back on a past romantic partner. She reflects on a time when they were young and in love, describing those memories as gold.

She finds herself unable to shake off the feeling of being with him and misses the way he used to love and cherish her.

4. 'Tis the Damn Season

Co-written by Taylor Swift and producer Aaron Dessner, "'Tis the Damn Season" features the sound of finger-picked electric guitar and programmed drums.

'Tis the Damn Season achieved critical acclaim and performed commercially well, reaching number 23 on the Billboard Global 200.

The track was narrated from the perspective of a female protagonist named Dorothea, and the lyrics detail her journey back to her hometown in Tupelo, Mississippi. There she reunites with her past lover, fully aware that the rekindled relationship will inevitably end.

5. Tolerate It

A deeply emotional song, Tolerate It is all about one-sided relationships. This track gained a lot of attention and helped Taylor Swift gain new fans.

The single was written and produced by Aaron Dessner and has a length of four minutes and five seconds in total.

The lyrics of the single talk about being in a relationship where one person feels unappreciated and neglected. The protagonist is giving all to her partner, but her partner fails to give her the love and support she needs.

6. No Body, No Crime

No Body, No Crime by Taylor Swit features vocals from the American band Haim. It was released on January 11, 2021.

The lyrics of the song are all about a fictional character named Este. Este was murdered by her husband after she discovered his unfaithfulness.

Produced by Taylor and Aaron Dessner, the track lasts for three minutes and thirty-five seconds. The single has been praised by music critics for its country production and cinematic storytelling.

No Body, No Crime ranked in the top 20 in several country charts, including Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Ireland. It peaked at 34 on the Billboard Hot 100.

7. Happiness

The seventh track from the album Evermore, Happiness, was dropped in December 2020 through Republic Records. It is a breakup song.

Although the title of the song is Happiness, the essence of the record revolves around post-split emotions.

Taylor is addressing her ex, whom she finds totally different from what she thought he was. Though the singer was extremely angry, she chose not to show her bitterness but instead offered him forgiveness, symbolized by a green light.

8. Dorothea

The song Dorothea tells the story of a girl named Dorothea who leaves her small hometown to chase her dreams and pursue her career in a larger city.

Swift paints a vivid picture of Dorothea's journey and the life that she has chosen for herself. Musically, the song features a bittersweet Americana sound that features instruments such as folksy guitars, honky-tonk piano, and drums.

The track has a duration of three minutes and forty-five seconds.

9. Coney Island

Produced by Aaron Dessner and Bryce Dessner, the song Coney Island by Taylor Swift features the American band the National.

The lyrics of the single show Taylor's regrets about her past relationship, which was not a success. The pre-chorus of the song below shows the feeling of loss and nostalgia for the past relationship:

And I'm sitting on a bench in Coney Island
Wondering where did my baby go?
The fast times, the bright lights, the merry go
Sorry for not making you my centerfold

10. Ivy

Ivy is the tenth track from the album Evermore. The song has a duration of four minutes and twenty seconds.

Produced by Aaron Dessner and Antonoff the track narrates the story of a married woman who falls in love with a person other than her husband, resulting in an extramarital affair. And its chorus goes:

Oh, goddamn
My pain fits in the palm of your freezing hand
Taking mine, but it's been promised to another
Oh, I can't
Stop you putting roots in my dreamland
My house of stone, your ivy grows
And now I'm covered

11. Cowboy like Me

Cowboy Like Me explores the themes of love and self-awareness. The record tells the story of two young swindlers who develop romantic feelings for each other.

Swift is familiar with how she and her partner in crime use their charms to scam wealthy older people. Because of this, she doubts if their own romantic relationship will last.

And the old men that I've swindled
Really did believe I was the one
And the ladies lunching have their stories about
When you passed through town

12. Long Story Short

Long Story Short is a folk-pop genre song. The single shows Swifts journey of personal growth and recovery after a challenging time.

The phrase Long Story Short serves as a summary of lessons learned and progress made. The chorus line of the song, 'Long story short, I survived, shows the idea of overcoming difficult periods of time and becoming stronger on the other side.

The record received commercial success, which appeared on the Billboard Global 200 at number 55 following the release of Evermore. Similarly, on December 26, 2020, it reached number 68 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.

13. Marjorie

Marjorie is a song that was made as a tribute to Taylor Swifts late grandmother, Marjorie Finlay.

The track revolves around the themes of loss, memory, and the impact of loved ones. Released on December 11, 2020, the track gained critical acclaim and appeared on the Billboard Hot 100 at number 75.

The single peaked at number 129 on the Global 200 excluding the US chart and 66 on the Billboard Global 200. The singer shows her relationship with her grandmother and the lasting influence that she left in her life.

14. Closure

Closure is the fourteenth track from the album Evermore. The production of the single was handled by Aaron Dessner, BJ Burton, and James McAlister.

The song is a mix of industrial and folk music that features Nine Inch Nails-style drums. This record has a duration of three minutes in total.

Lyrically, the song finds Taylor Swift criticizing someone who wants to apologize for wronging her. She is doubtful about his genuine thinking; they are just trying to alleviate their feelings of guilt.

Yes, I got your letter
Yes, I'm doing better
I know that it's over, I don't need your
Closure, your closure

15. Evermore (featuring Bon Iver)

Evermore is the titular closing track of the album Evermore. It is a meditative piano ballad track that lasts for five minutes and four seconds.

The record shows the journey of a narrator from a prolonged phase or period of depression to a place of optimism and hope.

Composed by Bowery and Justin Vernon, the single deals with the theme of mental health, where Swift talks about her struggles and battles with depression in the past.