A broken-hearted woman is narrated on Taylor Swift's newly-revealed song, 'You're Not Sorry', off her forthcoming LP, 'Fearless'.
A brand new song from Taylor Swift called "You're Not Sorry" has been available for stream. Carrying slow-jammed sounds, the song revolves around the story of a woman turning devastated after breaking up with her boyfriend.
"You're Not Sorry" will be listed on Swift's sophomore studio album "Fearless". Slated for release on November 11 in the United States via Big Machine Records, the effort also contains a new song titled "Breathe" where Swift teams up with Colbie Caillat.
"When I go into the studio, it's really more about portraying the song in a way that gets the feeling across, rather than every phrase being exactly perfect. . . . I think it's the writer in me that's a little more obsessed with the meaning of the song than the vocal technique," Swift commented on her recording sessions for the album. "All that stuff is like math to me. Over-thinking vocals and stuff - I never want to get to that point."
Audio stream of Taylor Swift's "You're Not Sorry"