Prior to astonishing fans with an exhibition of “Dear John” during Saturday’s stop of the Times Visit, Taylor Quick gave a discourse, requesting that fans act with “thoughtfulness and delicacy” via web-based entertainment in front of the arrival of Speak Now (Taylor’s Rendition).신규사이트
The Grammy-winning vocalist noticed that she will “stand on this stage each and every evening of this visit and watch the absolute most gorgeous things occur,” remembering fans communicating with generosity for the group, and she encourages her fans to proceed with that equivalent energy online when the collection is delivered July 7.
Quick’s solicitation comes in the midst of far reaching hypothesis that her tune “Dear John,” which is highlighted on the Speak Now collection, is accepted to be about her relationship with John Mayer.안전놀이터
Despite the fact that she didn’t name anybody explicitly during the dramatic discourse at U.S. Bank Arena in Minneapolis, Minn., Quick added, “I’m 33 years of age. I couldn’t care less about whatever happened to me when I was 19, aside from the tunes I composed … “
She proceeded, “I’m not putting this collection out so you can go and ought to want to guard me on the web against somebody you figure I could have composed a tune around a long time back.”온라인바카라
Quick, who is as of now on her Times Visit, has likewise been astonishing fans at each stop with an exhibition of an alternate melody that is excluded from the visit’s set rundown. “Dear John” and “Sunlight” were the unexpected tunes during Saturday’s show in Minneapolis.