Archived from on November 30, 2012. The song was an instant commercial success, becoming Swift's first number one on the chart in the United States, as well as the first song to hold the top spot for more than one week after a huge leap from a lower position since 's two-week run at number one with , which rocketed from number 97 to the top spot in 2009. It is the first song in Swift's career to top the Billboard Hot 100 and her eleventh top ten hit, tying with ' record for the most top ten hits by a country artist in chart history. Archived from on January 26, 2013. Archived from on January 27, 2016. Select Platinum in the Certification field. This song is also on her upcoming soundtrack 'Red'.
It then goes to the two in a truck having an argument then to them having a stroll in the park. Please show your support by downloading my songs on iTunes Cover: Let's be friends. As a result of this methodology change, We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together jumped from number twenty-one to one on Billboard Hot Country Songs and became Swift's seventh song to top the chart. It is also the first music video to be featured in. It has also received a Grammy nomination for for the. It also received a nomination for Favorite Song of the Year. The song is however Swift's first officially promoted single not to reach Top 10 in the Country Airplay chart as the song is considered to be pop by some in country music radio.
Ooooo Your old socks smell good to me and Ooooo Don't scream. Then you come around again and say Baby, I miss you and I swear I'm gonna change, trust me. However, Keefe warned that it was premature to say the full-on pop song signals anything more than a temporary breakup. Rolling Stone named it the second-best song of 2012 in their end-of-year critics' poll: It's like a Clash of the Titans: Swift, the world's hottest pop singer or songwriter, meets up with Max Martin, the Swedish maestro who's been the Dr. She described the process as one of the most humorous experiences she had while recording, and said the musical partners matched her expectations. The single entered the top ten at number ten on its fourth week, became Swift's fourth top ten hit on Billboard Radio Songs.
On , it debuted at number thirteen on the week-ending September 1, 2012, thus tied the record for the second highest chart debut on that chart with by and. It debuted at number sixteen on , the best entrance for a non-holiday song by a woman since 's debuted at number fifteen the week of June 2, 2001. Note: insert 201238 into search. As of November 2017, the song has sold 4. It was written in the key of with a signature and a slow of eighty-six beats per minute Moderate Rock beat, with Swift's vocals spanning one and five , from G 3 to E 5. It charted in United Kingdom for twenty-nine weeks; ten weeks of it is within the top ten.
Evil of global trash-disco for more than a decade. Like, ever — might be the most sublime spoken-word interlude in pop since died. On , the song debuted at number eighteen, the fifth-best opening rank ever, and soon reached number two on that chart for four weeks, behind 's. Trust me, I've heard that one before. I decided to make another lyric video before August 30th. A for the song was released in August 2012. On September 8, 2012, star , parodied the song, releasing a studio version and a music video on his YouTube channel.
She performs the song on her nightly as the finale. The video then segues into Swift going into her living room where her band is dressed up in animal costumes and Swift belts out the chorus of the song. And there is one brilliant touch: the spoken bit that comes after the middle eight. I just love him so much, Mr. Archived from on December 13, 2012.
It's a stadium-chant breakup song that may have less to do with the actual guy it's about than with the massive raging-cowgirl audience Swift has led to the pinnacle of the music world. Now download videos in all formats from Youtube using GenYoutube video downloader. You're waking up the neighbors. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together debuted atop the chart, selling 623,000 digital copies in the week ending September 1, 2012. It was the first music video to be presented in and received positive reviews from critics. The single stayed at the top ten for a total of thirteen weeks, tying with Love Story as Swift's second longest-running top ten hit of her career, and charted for twenty-four weeks.
Jonathan Keefe of describes it as a number while categorized the song under the genre. Ooooo I call you from the room next door and Ooooo. I'm really gonna miss you picking fights And me, falling for it screaming that I'm right And you, would hide away and find your peace of mind With some indie record that's much cooler than mine Oooh, you called me up again tonight But oooh, this time I'm telling you, I'm telling you We are never ever ever getting back together We are never ever ever getting back together You go talk to your friends, talk to my friends, talk to me But we are never ever ever ever getting back together Oooh oooh oooh oooh I used to think that we were forever ever And I used to say never say never Huh, so he calls me up and he's like, I still love you And I'm like, I just, I mean this is exhausting, you know, like, We are never getting back together. It also surpassed Lady Gaga's song Born This Way to become the song with the highest first-week digital sales for a female act. After the friend left, Martin and Shellback asked Swift to elaborate on the details of the relationship, which she described as break up, get back together, break up, get back together, just, ugh, the worst. Swift no longer has any interest in being the victim. As of January 2019, it has over 550 million views on YouTube.
Swift wears large glasses and a pair of printed pajamas as she shrugs off her not-so-nice ex-boyfriend, a scruffy, seemingly older musician-type with a penchant for drama. Then you're mad 'cause I won't let you leave or eat. The alternate mix replaced the guitar, drum machine, and synthesisers with a mandolin, fiddle, steel guitar and snare drums. Swift during her appearance on , where she talked about We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together, and also previewed the song After writing 2010 entirely solo, Swift opted to collaborate with different songwriters and producers for. It is Swift's fourth number one on that chart.