I know my love should be celebrated But you tolerate it While you were out building other worlds, where was I? Where's that man who'd throw blankets over my barbed wire? I made you my temple, my mural, my sky Now I'm begging for footnotes in the story of your life Drawing hearts in the byline Always taking up too much space or time You assume I.
Taylor Swift ‘Tolerate It’ Lyrics & Meaning: Diana & Prince
I know my love should be celebrated But you tolerate it. Bridge. While you were out building other worlds, where was I? Where’s that man who’d throw blankets over my barbed wire? I made you.
Your love should be celebrated, not tolerated
If the title sounds familiar, it’s because I was inspired by Taylor Swift’s song “Tolerate it” from her album Evermore. This song says, “I know my love should be celebrated, but you tolerate it”. And I have to admit that this song, especially that line, profoundly touched me.
(Mis)Interpretation of Tolerate It : r/TaylorSwift
“I know my love should be celebrated, / But you tolerate it” – In hindsight, I should have realized that the narrator wanted her partner to celebrate the love she was showing, but he ultimately never put in the same effort. Yet, when I first listened, I thought “my love” meant her partner.
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“I know my love should be celebrated, but you tolerate it”. May 22, 2021 by Ashley Broadwater Leave a Comment In my first couple years of college, I would essentially sit and watch my iPhone.
[Chorus] I wait by the door like I'm just a kid Use my best colors for your portrait Lay the table with the fancy shit And watch you tolerate it If it's all in my head, tell me now Tell me.