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      • Musically, "Love Story" is a midtempo country pop song featuring soprano vocals and a slow-building melody. The song received widespread critical praise with many complimenting Swift's writing style and the song's catchiness.
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  2. Love Story [Music from the Original Soundtrack] Review by Raymond McKinney Francis Lai's score to Love Story is suitably romantic, evoking both the beauty and tragedy of the hit film itself.

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  3. "Love Story" is a song written and recorded by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. It was released on September 15, 2008, by Big Machine Records, as the lead single from Swift's second studio album Fearless (2008).

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    We were both young when I first saw you.
    I close my eyes and the flashback starts-
    I'm standing there, on a balcony in summer air.
    See the lights; see the party, the ball gowns.
    See you make your way through the crowd-
    And say hello, little did I know...

    In Swift's words: Swift has said things that imply that this was written about the same person "White Horse" was written about.[citation needed]

    "Love Story" was first released as the debut single off Swift's second album, Fearless, in 2008. In an article for Billboard, Swift described "Love Story" as "a love that you've got to hide because for whatever reason it wouldn't go over well. I spun it in the direction of Romeo and Juliet; our parents are fighting. I relate to it more as a love that you cannot really elaborate on — a love that maybe society wouldn't accept or maybe your friends wouldn't accept." The song is a mid-tempo, backed by banjo and guitar. In the lyrics, the narrator alludes to Romeo and Juliet and The Scarlet Letterto describe a lover whom her father will not let her see. In the end, however, the father reconciles and the lover proposes to the female narrator. The proposal is accompanied by a modulation in key up a tone, from D to E. Swift has repeatedly mentioned in interviews that the song was written around the lyrics, "This love is difficult, but it's real." The Pop Mix replaces the Country-style instr...

    The song received a mostly positive response from critics. Jim Malec of The 9513 gave "Love Story" a thumbs-up rating. Although he said that the song had a "wonderful, idealized ending" and that it seemed to comprise too much of a plot line for a four-minute song, he nonetheless made note of the lyrics, saying, "the complications and difficulties surrounding her affair are just as grave as Juliet's... the fact that Swift, arguably the genre's biggest star at the moment, has done so here is a breath of fresh air, even if the song does otherwise follow a disappointingly unoriginal pattern." He added, "None of these criticisms, however, will have a major impact on the song’s effectiveness, or on its ability to strike a resonant chord with its intended audience... what's more, 'Love Story' shows an artist willing to take chances by venturing from the format’s standard song structure, and to let her personality shine through–even if the lyric generally follows a well-worn path." Nick Lev...

    "Love Story" was released as a single on September 12, 2008. For the chart week of September 27, 2008, it debuted at number 25 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs, becoming Swift's highest debuting song on that chart in her career. For the chart week of November 22, 2008, it became her third number one on the Hot Country Songs chart, although it only spent thirteen weeks on that chart. On the Billboard Hot 100, the song debuted at number 16 making it Swift's fifth-highest debut on that chart in her career behind "Today Was a Fairytale", which debuted at number two, "Fearless", which debuted at number nine, "Change", which debuted at number 10 and "You're Not Sorry", which debuted at number 11) and peaked at number four. It has also become her second biggest airplay hit peaking at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay chart and number one on the Billboard Pop 100 Airplay chart. As of February 20, 2009, "Love Story" was the first country crossover to reach number one on the Top 4...

    The music video premiered on Country Music Television on September 12, 2008. The video begins with Swift seeing a guy sitting under a tree in the present day, played by Justin Gaston. Then, there are some video scenes alternating flashbacks and present scenes, which appear to be an allusion to Pride and Prejudice. Swift, dressed in a ball gown, is seen singing outside a castle while she is waiting for her version of Mr. Darcy. She is singing and some scenes alternate with the past, where she is dancing during a galawith a gentleman. The "love story" ends with the gentleman's arrival and the video comes back to the present. The boy is seen getting up and they approach each other. The video won CMA Award for Music Video of the Year on November 11, 2009. The present-day scenes were filmed at Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee, while the performance shots were shot at Castle Gwynn, just outside of Murfeesboro, Tennessee.

    Hidden message: Someday I'll find this. Taylor wrote this song in a very short amount of time after her parents had told her that she couldn't be with the person she wanted to be with, around 27 minutes. She presumably wrote this in a notebook, and it ended up on the album.

  4. Melodious song with good lyrics, of 1970s.You will feel the tint of sorrow in this love song. The sweet voice of Andy Williams is haunting & addictive. See t...

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  5. Love Story" is a popular song published in 1970, with music by Francis Lai and lyrics by Carl Sigman. The song was first introduced as an instrumental theme in the 1970 film Love Story after the film's distributor, Paramount Pictures, rejected the first set of lyrics that were written.

    • December 17, 1970
    • "Something"
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