Mary's Song (Oh My My My)

Album: Taylor Swift (2006)
  • Taylor Swift explained the background to this tune, which she penned with Liz Rose and Brian Maher: "I wrote this song about a couple who lived next door to us. They'd been married forever and they came over one night for dinner, and were just so cute. They were talking about how they fell in love and got married, and how they met when they were just little kids. I thought it was so sweet, because you can go to the grocery store and read the tabloids, and see who's breaking up and cheating on each other (or just listen to some of my songs, haha). But it was really comforting to know that all I had to do was go home and look next door to see a perfect example of forever."
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Comments: 4

  • Hanna from KansasI love this song it reminds me of
  • Ronny from London, United Kingdomthis song makes me think...maybe it could be forever?
    younge love lasting.
    forever (yn) <3 x
  • Fabio from New Orleans, LaJust reading that, I get choked up. Somehow, I've gotta meet her.
  • Naomi from Belfast, United KingdomI love this song it always makes me feel happy when I listen to it.
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