How long is Taylor Swift Speak Now?

How long is Taylor Swift Speak Now?

five minutes and fifty two seconds
The song has a length of five minutes and fifty two seconds, thus making it the third-longest song in the album. “Better than Revenge”, like “The Story of Us”, is a pop punk song.

How long did the Speak Now tour last?

March 18, 2012
The Speak Now World Tour was the second concert tour by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, was launched in support of her third studio album Speak Now (2010). The tour began on February 9, 2011 in Singapore and ended on March 18, 2012 in Auckland, New Zealand.

When was Taylor Swift Speak Now tour?

Feb 9, 2011 – Mar 18, 2012
Speak Now World Tour/Date

Who sings with Taylor Swift on Speak Now?

Taylor Swift
Speak Now/Artists

How long is Taylor Swift Speak Now video?

Taylor Swift is by far the most exciting, dynamic, magical (her word), amazing (her word), singer / songwriter I could ever imagine. I have run this video over 80 times, and it’s two hours, nine minutes long. I have that kind of time invested in her.

Is the Taylor Swift World Tour Live DVD good?

This DVD redefines concert videos. I been around for 66 years, so I have kind of seen it all, From Frank Sinatra “All I owe them is a good performance” when asked about the fans, the birth of Rock ,etc. Never have I seen an artist that relates to here audience the way that Taylor does she has redefined this relation ship.

How old was Taylor Swift when she started her World Tour?

She really loves her fans. Taylor Swift wrote all the lyrics and music, designed the sets, partnered on lighting and firework displays, pretty much did it all but probably you would never realize the genius (7 Grammys) as she started this tour when only 20 years old. Loves her fans.

What kind of music does Taylor Swift sing?

Lots of sets and songs you may have never expected to see and hear from Taylor Swift. Some nicely done cover songs included. The video is well edited and flows smoothly. The CD is well mastered and captures more backup voices and instruments in the mixes but keeping the crowd noise for effect.

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