2021Released
4:17

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Marjorie Finlay was Taylor Swift's opera-singing maternal grandmother who died when Swift was in her early teens. This tender, poignant song explores complex grief and regrets of things not done together prior to a loved one's death.

I should've asked you questions I should've asked you how to be Asked you to write it down for me Even after her passing, Swift still feels the presence of her grandmother. What died didn't stay dead You're alive, you're alive in my head Swift said his song is about her "grandmother, Marjorie, who still visits me sometimes... if only in my dreams."

And if I didn't know better I'd think you were singing to me now The outro features a recording of Marjorie Finlay singing opera in the background. Swift explained that her mother found some old LPs of her grandmother singing opera. She sent the vinyl to her producer Aaron Dessner, and he added Marjorie's voice to the song.

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