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mike morris

Taylor Swift?

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Does anyone here actually like Taylor Swift? I personally think the only time her voice sounds decent is when the backup singers help her out. She's just bad. I don't even think she's cute like most people apparently do (she wouldn't be popular without the looks right)?

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Thought it was just me. I think she has some freaky eyes. Looks like she could go psycho at any time.

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i dont mind her. but thats just me. maybe you have to be young to like her

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Haha I agree maja. And I mean, dude, she looks like she's 90 lbs!

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tednugefan- what is your idea of young?

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K...I'll give you that one. I have a son older than you. I don't think I am old but my kids are convinced that I walked along side dinosaurs!

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I would have to say her voice isn't bad until you hear it live, then shes not all that great! And for her looks, I don't think she looks all that bad.. but thats just my opinion.

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I have to disagree, I think she can sing and the crowds that are buying out her concerts thik so too, I wish I had 1/2 the ambition and skills she has at 17, look at Lee Ann Rimes (sp) she started at 15 took some time off and now is hitting the charts again, but my problem with the country ladies is they are all trying to be pop as opposed to being country, the look is one thing, but try to sound country at least

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were going to the rascal flats concert, and shes opening up the concert.

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I can't stand listening to most music award shows where the artist sings live - not many are on pitch. When in the studio, they can fix it if the singer is off a little bit.

Taylor Swift and Martina McBride are two that I can listen to on live TV that don't make my skin crawl.

My girls really like her, and the fact that she writes her own music.

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She sounds horrible live, and I know she writes her own stuff, and quite honestly- her songs are kinda corny.

Julianne Hough is drop dead gorgeous and can sing, and same with Carrie Underwood.

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Jessica Simpson is the hottest country singer ever. Have yet to hear one of her songs though.

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Jessica Simpson is the hottest country singer ever. Have yet to hear one of her songs though.

Shes hotter with duct tape over her mouth. She has to be in the top 10 of dumbest people wandering around this earth. But yes- she is very hot. Not as hot as Julianne Hough though

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I agree. Julianne Hough has got it going on!!!

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You know what though... Sara Evans does come pretty darn close!

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They are all hot, but Jessica Simpson is the hottest no matter what anyone says.

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Rascal Flatts and Taylor Swift in one concert?!?!

Holy cow, if I was forced to go to that they'd have to keep all sharp objects away from me.

Swift couldn't carry a tune in a bucket.

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yup tha ole ladi is goin to it and I give her so much [PoorWordUsage] for liking those guys christ what happen to country and cowboy boots with cowboy hats.

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Good country music hasnt been seen since 1998.

Now all there is left is Honky Tonk Badonkadonk and she thinks my tractors sexy.

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Good country music hasnt been seen since 1998.

With George Strait and Alan Jackson as the exception, I'd have to agree.

What is sad is that people think Rascal Flatts/Swift/et al is "good music". They don't know what good music is anymore as it's been diluted for the past decade by no-talent hacks.

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I don't mind Tear Drops on my Guitar, but everything else has gone downhill since then.

As for the country, it's why I've got Sirius and listen to the Roadhouse, channel 62, the old country, pre-'90, and I'm only 35. laugh

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