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The 100 Greatest Songs of the Century – So Far

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Rolling Stone // June 28th 2018

We polled artists, critics and industry insiders to create a list of the era’s truly essential moments.

2012 | BIG MACHINE; Highest Chart Position: 80

“It was the most emotional, in-depth song we’ve ever written,” said co-writer Liz Rose. Originally twice as long as the version that appeared on Swift’s 2012 LP, Red, “All Too Well” is the most majestic post-breakup purge of her career and spins a tragic tale of doomed love and scarves and autumn leaves and maple lattes. No other song does such a stellar job of showing off her ability to blow up a trivial little detail into a legendary heartache.

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