„Looking at it now.
It all seems so simple.
We were lying on your couch.
I remember.
You took a Polaroid of us.
Then discovered (then discovered)
The rest of the world was black and white.
But we were in screaming color.
And I remember thinking…“

Out of the Woods, written by Taylor Swift and Jack Antonoff
Song lyrics, 1989 (2014)

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