Which Disney Princess Is Your Favorite Song On Taylor Swift’s 1989?
What kind of a world would we live in if we couldn’t make everything a comparative study of Disney Princesses? A terrible, joyless world that this writer wants no part of, of course! And given that we exist in said Disney Princess analogizing world, what better way to celebrate the release of Taylor Swift‘s new album
than by telling you which song would be which Disney Princess if each song were to be a Disney Princess?
Tay Tay is something of a Disney Princess herself: doe eyed but ballsy, looking for love but rebelling against convention simultaneously. So it makes sense that each of her songs should be the theme for a Disney Princess, an anthem that plays when they slow motion enter a party flanked by their besties— whether those besties happen to be a candelabra and a clock or a fish and a crab. Read on to find out which songs from
are your Disney Princess favorites, from Merida to Aurora, Snow White to Mulan, Cinderella to Jasmine!
The Little Mermaid! Like “Welcome To New York,” Ariel dreams of a life in a more exotic place — “part of their world,” to be precise — while Taylor’s track says of New York, “Everyone here was someone else before.” Indeed. They were probably mermaids.
Pocahontas! “Blank Space” asks “If the love was worth the pain,” which is really something Pocahontas should be asking herself. “Blank Space” also includes the lines, “We’re young and we’re reckless, we’ll take this way too far” as well as “Stolen kisses, pretty lies”, which sounds like accurate descriptors for Pocahontas’ relationship with John Smith. She knew he was trouble when he walked in.
…Is Cinderella, mainly because the hook is “We never go out of style.” You know what else never goes out of style? Glass slippers, apparently! “Style” also includes the lyrics “And when we go crashing down, we come back every time,” which sounds like a midnight pumpkin turn before finding the shoe that fits.
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