QUIZ: Which Taylor Swift Era Are You Based On Your Favorite Songs?

QUIZ: Which Taylor Swift Era Are You Based On Your Favorite Songs?

Taylor Swift is the queen of pop and has been since 2006 when she made her debut with hit single ‘Tim McGraw.’ We’ve been given 7 glorious albums from the superstar, all equally as amazing as the one before. Even though Taylor has ventured out of her early country roots and into pop, those early songs will forever hold a special place in our hearts.

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Taylor was recently named global artist of the year, so in honor of this, we thought we’d celebrate her phenomenal success by reminiscing on her earlier music. This fostered the idea to create a quiz to tell you which Taylor Swift era you are based on your favorite songs! From Taylor Swift to Lover, we have been here through them all. 

So, without further ado, let’s find our which Taylor Swift era you are!

Which Taylor Swift Era Are You Based Off Of Your Favorite Songs?

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Queen Tay-Tay continues to slay the popstar game all these years later!

We want to tell you which Taylor Swift era you are based off your favorite songs!

so, let's get started!

Choose a song From 'Taylor Swift'

1. 'Tim McGraw'
2. 'Stay Beautiful'
3. 'Should've Said No'
4. 'Cold As You'
5. 'Picture To Burn'
6. 'Teardrops On My Guitar'
7. 'Our Song'

Choose A Song From 'Fearless'

1. 'You're Not Sorry'
2. 'SuperStar'
3. 'Hey Stephen'
4. 'Forever and Always'
5. 'You Belong With Me'
6. 'Tell Me Why'
7. 'Love Story'

Choose A Song From 'Speak Now'

1. 'Last Kiss'
2. 'Haunted'
3. 'Mine'
4. 'Speak Now'
5. 'Better Than Revenge'
6. 'The Story Of Us'
7. 'Enchanted'

Choose A Song From 'Red'

1. 'I Knew You Were Trouble'
2. 'Red'
3. 'Girl At Home'
4. 'State Of Grace'
5. 'All Too Well'
6. 'Begin Again'
7. 'Everything Has Changed'

Choose A Song From '1989'

1. 'How You Get The Girl'
2. 'Wildest Dreams'
3. 'I Know Places'
4. 'Out Of The Woods'
5. 'Welcome To New York'
6. 'All You Had To Do Was Stay'
7. 'Style'

Choose A Song From 'Reputation'

1. 'So it Goes...'
2. 'This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things'
3. 'King Of My Heart'
4. 'Gorgeous'
5. 'New Year's Day'
6. 'Don't Blame Me'
7. 'Dancing With Our Hands Tied'

Choose A Song From 'Lover'

1. 'I Forgot That You Existed'
2. 'The Archer'
3. 'Afterglow'
4. 'The Man'
5. 'Miss Americana and The Heartbreak Prince'
6. 'Soon You'll get Better'
7. 'Cornelia Street'

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Alright, Swifties, which era did you get? Which era of Taylor is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below or tweet us @TheHoneyPop!

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