Album: Hannah Montana: The Movie (2009)
Charted: 17
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  • Taylor Swift wrote and sang this song for Hannah Montana: The Movie. She performed it in the film as "woman singing in the bar." Taylor Swift also contributed to the movie and soundtrack the song "You'll Always Find Your Way Back Home," which was performed by Hannah Montana.
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Comments: 7

  • Joart from AlaskaI really love this song
    Taylor is so beautiful.
  • Ray from Blue Springs, MoThis is how I felt with my first boyfriend.
  • Joel from Columbia, ScThe lyric "Feels like I am falling and I am lost in your eyes" describes how I feel about my girlfriend. We are both Taylor Swift fans. Thank you Taylor for making the music that we can relate to.
  • Amos from Miami, FlWOW, Taylor is so AMAZING! I mean she accually has talent. Most singers aren`t that good, but Taulor is AWESOME!!! Crazier means a lot and has a meaning. Taylor sings in perfect harmony! I love u Taylor!

    - Julia :-)
  • Ashleigh from ?????, MoI love this song!!! Wasn't ever a real huge Taylor Swift fan, but WOW this song is amazing. Love the lyrics!
  • Emma from Halifax,, this is so favorite line is feels like i am falling and i am lost in your eyes...i like this because it reminds me of SAM SMILEY...STONEPARK!!!!!
  • Emily from Around Chicago, IlI love this song so much. The music, the lyrics, Taylor's voice...perfect harmony.
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