Taylor Swift premiered the music video for “Out of the Woods”, the latest single from her multi-platinum album “1989“. Filmed on location in New Zealand, the video shows the popstar in various natural settings, including a forest, a snow-covered mountaintop and even underwater — most of it while being chased by wolves. The song was co-written by Bleachers rocker Jack Antonoff, who called it “one of the most important things I’ve ever been a part of”.
Looking at it now It all seems so simple We were lying on your couch I remember You took a Polaroid of us Then discovered (then discovered) The rest of the world was black and white But we were in screaming color And I remember thinking…
Are we out of the woods yet? Are we out of the woods yet? Are we out of the woods yet? Are we out of the woods? Are we in the clear yet? Are we in the clear yet? Are we in the clear yet? In the clear yet? Good
Are we out of the woods?
Looking at it now Last December (last December) We were built to fall apart Then fall back together (back together) Your necklace hanging from my neck The night we couldn’t quite forget When we decided (we decided) To move the furniture so we could dance, Baby, like we stood a chance Two paper airplanes flying, flying, flying And I remember thinkin’
(Are we out of the woods?!)
Remember when you hit the brakes too soon? Twenty stitches in the hospital room When you started cryin’, baby, I did, too But when the sun came up, I was lookin’ at you Remember when we couldn’t take the heat I walked out and said, “I’m settin’ you free,” But the monsters turned out to be just trees And when the sun came up, you were lookin’ at me You were lookin’ at me You were lookin’ at me, I remember, oh, I remember