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Topic - Liz Rose
On Taylor Swift's new album, "Red," there's a song in which the 22-year-old superstar sings about a fictional one: a famous singer who spends years under the glare of the spotlight, then ditches her uncomfortable fame for a life of solitude.
"Everybody's got their way of dealing with it. And for me, sometimes it's surrounding myself with my friends and venting; sometimes it's staying up at the piano until 4 o'clock in the morning; sometimes it's watching TV and forgetting about all of it; sometimes it's calling my mother up and crying," she admits. "Sometimes you have a really bad day."
'How did that ever work?'