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Sep 23

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all taylor swift hits she can perform at the superbowl: a thread

starting from her country hits...

Teardrops on My Guitar (2006) - peaked at #13 on the hot 100 - spent a total of 48 weeks on the chart

Our Song (2006) - peaked at #16 on the hot 100 - spent a total of 36 weeks on the chart

Picture To Burn (2006) - a certified BANGER!! - peaked at #28 on the hot 100 - spent a total of 20 weeks on the chart

Love Story (2008) - peaked at #4 on the hot 100 - spent a total of 49 weeks on the chart - one of the biggest female singles of the 21st century

You Belong With Me (2008) - peaked at #2 on the hot 100 - spent a total of 50 weeks on the chart - a RIAA diamond-eligible song

Enchanted (2010) - the album deep cut track initially did not peak high (#75) but had a resurgence on tiktok in 2021 causing the song to have massive updates on spotify for almost a year now

We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together (2012) - peaked #1 on the hot 100 (it served as taylor's first ever #1 hit) - broke the record for the biggest digital single sales debut at the time

I Knew You Were Trouble (2012) - peaked at #2 on the hot 100 - spent 36 weeks on the chart - an RIAA diamond-eligible hit

22 (2012) - peaked at #20 on the hot 100 yet became certified classic as time went by

then here comes her pop HITS...

Shake It Off (2014) - peaked at #1 and spent 50 weeks on the hot 100 chart - RIAA diamond-certified hit - marked Swift's seamless transition from country to pop

Blank Space (2014) - peaked at #1 and spent 36 weeks on the hot 100 chart - another RIAA diamond-eligible monster hit that catapulted Swift into superstardom and cemented her place among the main pop girls of the 2010's

Bad Blood (2015) - the third and final #1 hit of the 1989 era - just like it's predecessors, it scored over billions of streams across streaming platforms worldwide

Wildest Dreams (2014) - it peaked at #5 on the hot 100, the FOURTH top 5 hit of the 1989 era - currently gaining over 1M+ streams on spotify due to the release of its 'Taylor's Version'

Style (2015) - peaked at #6 on the hot 100 becoming the 5th consecutive top 10 hit of the 1989 era

I Don't Wanna Live Forever (2016) - peaked at #2 on the hot 100 - garnered over 1.2B streams on spotify

Look What You Made Me Do (2017) - peaked at #1 on the hot 100 with over 1000 points - shattered the record of the most viewed music video within 24 hrs in Youtube at the time - regarded as one of the most significant comebacks of the century

Delicate (2018) - peaked at #12 on the hot 100 - it became a sleeper hit, spending 35 weeks on the chart in total

ME! (2019) uh oh anyways... it was a hit period

You Need to Calm Down (2019) - peaked at #2 on the hot 100

Lover (2019) - peaked at #10 on the hot 100 and eventually becoming a sleeper hit 2 years later

finally her indie/folk tearjerker hits...

Cardigan (2020) - despite being unpromoted and being a slow song, the track debuted at #1 on the hot 100 chart making taylor the first woman to debut an album and a song at #1 simultaneously

Willow (2020) - the lead single of folklore's sister album, evermore, also debuted at #1 on the hot 100 making taylor the only artist in billboard history to debut an album and a song at #1 simultaneously TWICE

All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (2021) taylor makes history again as the only artist to: - debut a 10 minute song atop the hot 100 - debut an album track at #1 on the hot 100 - the track is also the longest #1 hit on the hot 100 by runtime

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