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Taylor Swift Covers 'Glamour'

Pop star Taylor Swift graces the cover of the August 2009 issue of Glamour magazine, where she talks about writing songs about guys, dating and what her future holds.

Taylor Swift

On Rebelling Through Writing:
“I love to write honest songs that name real people, then get up onstage and live out those emotions in front of of 15,000 people. Penciling in a night to get wasted is not something I want to do.”
On Walking Out On A Record Deal:
“When I was 13, I got a meeting with RCA Records, and they said they wanted to sign me to a development deal. That means they want to watch you, but they’re not promising to make an album with you — kind of like a guy who wants to date you but no be your boyfriend who wants to date you but not be your boyfriend. After a year you turn in your songs and they decide whether they want to shelf you, drop you or sign you to a record deal. They decided to shelf me and I had a choice to make. I made a tough decision and struck out on my own.”
On Dating:
“It’s always going to be long distance, even if I date a boy who lives next door to me in Nashville. I’ll be flying to see him and flying him places to see me. It feels like it would involve more scheduling, and I already deal with a lot scheduling in my life. Of course, if I met somebody who was worth it, I would probably stop thinking that way!”
On Girls With Anorexia:
"I think the reason a lot of celebrities feel insecure and want to stop eating altogether is because they see so many pictures of themselves on a daily basis. It’s unhealthy how many times you see your own image—it’s just constant. When you see something enough, you’re going to tear it down to the point where some days you feel like you’re not even pretty. I get insecure about my eyes because I once read a blog comment that said, “Her eyes are so small.” I thought, Are my eyes small? Oh no—they are!"
On Her Future:
"As far as my career goes, I hope I’m still touring. I’d love to always be present in music, writing songs, but I’m not the kind of person who will hang around if I become irrelevant. I’ll bow out gracefully, raise my kids and have a garden. And I’m going to let my hair go gray when I’m older—I don’t need to be blond when I’m 60!"

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