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T Swift’s Original “Enchanted”

Fans often speculate what stroke of genius could have resulted in the writing of Taylor Swift’s quintessential track “Enchanted.” Our team has recovered the never before seen original version of the “Enchanted” lyrics, presented below in their unabridged entirety. Enjoy, and we promise you, you will never listen to the song the same way…

It’s a cold night in base libs, but as soon as you enter, it gets hotter.

It all starts with a gentle brush against the doorless door frame, and a quick pop & drop- “Baby Girl What’s your Name” you silently mouth,

Strutting over to a cold, harsh, desk framed by zero windows

Everyone in there anxiously writing immediately stops, And gives a sultry glance

You walk over and knock over a full bookshelf of books and give a pouty baby face. Oops.

We make eye contact.

And more eye contact.


Your eyes whispered, have we met?

Across base libs your silhouette starts to make its way to me. Playful conversation starts

Counter all your quick remarks, like passing notes in secrecy.

A “Come hither” motion is made

Glasses are whipped off, the tension is palpable,

Both between me and my unfinished essay, and me and you.

I resent you from keeping me away from my essay, But I resent my essay from keeping me away from you.

I write my essay all over your body and you read me like a textbook Moodle breaks us up at 11:59,

Our assignments due

But this was the very first page, not where the storyline ends. My thoughts will echo your name

Until I see you again.

These are the words I held back,

As I left base libs too soon. 

I was enchanted to meet you.

Unfortunately, Taylor’s label rejected this original version as “too niche” and “unsuitable for audiences under 18,” but when we caught wind of this we simply couldn’t allow Scooter Braun’s tirade of censorship to continue. You, among the select few, now know the truth. Be the change you wish to see.

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