All 129 of Taylor Swift's Songs, Ranked

From teen country tracks to synth-pop anthems and rare covers, a comprehensive assessment of her one-of-a-kind songbook through 'Reputation' era

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33. "I Did Something Bad" (2017)

Wait, she fell in love with a narcissist? Who saw that coming? Despite the Eurodisco bleeps and bloops, this is a total Nineties grunge-rock rager – she switches into Eddie Vedder/Scott Weiland mode when she growls that "over and over and over again if IIII could." Here's hoping she breaks out the electric guitar to rock it live, especially the witch-burning finale when she leaps into the "light me up" chant.

Best line: "I never trust a playboy but they love me / So I fly 'em all around the world and I let them think they saved me."

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