Taylor Swift —Out of the Woods #NZ

TaylorSwiftVEVO Published on Dec 31, 2015
Taylor Swift – Out Of The Woods
The new video “Out of the Woods” is off Taylor’s multi-platinum release 1989.

Out of the Woods Lyrics
Songwriters: Jack Antonoff, Taylor Swift

Looking at it now, it all seems so simple
We were lying on your couch, I remember
You took a Polaroid of us
Then discovered (then discovered)
The rest of the world was black and white
But we were in screaming colour
And I remember thinking

Are we out of the woods yet?
Are we out of the woods yet?
Are we out of the woods yet?
Are we out of the woods?
Are we in the clear yet?
Are we in the clear yet?
Are we in the clear yet?
In the clear yet, good…..

Looking at it now, last December
We were built to fall apart, then fall back together…..

Full lyrics at Metrolyrics
Published by Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

### NZ herald Online 5:16 PM Friday Jan 1, 2016
Sources: nzherald.co.nz and Daily Mail
Do you recognise the location? Taylor Swift releases New Zealand-filmed video for song ‘Out of the Woods’
Popstar Taylor Swift has released her latest video clip featuring our very own New Zealand sand, sea and possibly even some mountains. The clip, to the singer’s latest single Out Of The Woods, was filmed here in November and was released today. It opens with a shot of Auckland’s Bethells Beach. […] Out of the Woods is widely thought to be about her past romance with One Direction band member, Harry Styles.
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4 responses to “Taylor Swift —Out of the Woods #NZ

  1. Face it (what’s the next word, songwriter?’ ‘Babe’!) er, babe/Styles was piles of trials with no Smiles/You got to turn around, er, ‘babe’/cos we can’t see The Sea, The Sand, The Hills/all outdone by your Swiftness.

  2. Elizabeth

    Dunedin Public Art Gallery loses sight of DEMOCRATIC transparency and accountability. Ratepayers helped pay for this artwork.

    Cam McCracken and Sue Bidrose should please wake up – this is UGLY CULTURE you are making.

    An Official Information Act request to the council on the price paid for the artwork was declined.

    ### ODT Online Fri, 8 Jan 2016
    Purchase could be costliest ever; gallery refuses to say
    By Shawn McAvinue
    ….In July, the Dunedin Public Art Gallery and Christchurch Art Gallery made a successful joint bid for The Haymaker Series I-V, by Palmerston North artist Shane Cotton. […] A Cotton artwork, about a third of the size, Lying in the Black Land, sold for $256,640 in 2010.
    Read more

  3. Hype O'Thermia

    ‘Scuse me, Gallerypersons. When it’s your own money you aren’t obliged to account for how it’s spent. When it’s taken from the public, however…….

  4. Elizabeth

    Acquisition of Shane Cotton work brings:
    Two calls for Mayor Cull to go.

    1. http://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/369121/purchase-could-be-costliest-ever-gallery-refuses-say#comment-79532

    2. http://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/369121/purchase-could-be-costliest-ever-gallery-refuses-say#comment-79533

    Yay. Let’s deacquisition the Mayor.
    We will ALL feel better, except one wee gal but that is not our problem.

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