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[6] Dessner forwarded the song to Vernon, who enjoyed the song, contributed his own lyrics and recorded his part. [22] Like the majority of Folklore, "Exile" also infuses a cinematic quality to its lyrics evoking visuals that allude to films, such as in the lines "I think I've seen this film before / and I didn't like the ending". ", "Taylor Swift "exile" Sheet Music in F-sharp major", "Key & BPM for exile (feat. Taylor Swift Has Just the Thing", "Wake Up! Online's Billy Nilles described "Exile" as a "devastating dream" that "hits like a punch to the gut". He complimented the song's climax especially, where Swift and Vernon sing over each other in a style of "hard-whiskey country, desperate R&B and black-box-theater dialogue", making the listeners feel "the full emotional corrosion". Subscribe and turn on the bell to be the first to listen to new music :)LYRICS:[Verse 1: Justin Vernon]I can see you standing, honeyWith his arms around your bodyLaughin', but the joke's not funny at allAnd it took you five whole minutesTo pack us up and leave me with itHoldin' all this love out here in the hall[Chorus: Justin Vernon]I think I've seen this film beforeAnd I didn't like the endingYou're not my homeland anymoreSo what am I defending now?You were my town, now I'm in exile, seein' you outI think I've seen this film before[Post-Chorus: Justin Vernon]Ooh, ooh, ooh[Verse 2: Taylor Swift]I can see you starin', honeyLike he's just your understudyLike you'd get your knuckles bloody for meSecond, third, and hundredth chancesBalancin' on breaking branchesThose eyes add insult to injury[Chorus: Taylor Swift]I think I've seen this film beforeAnd I didn't like the endingI'm not your problem anymoreSo who am I offending now?You were my crown, now I'm in exile, seein' you outI think I've seen this film beforeSo I'm leaving out the side door[Bridge: Justin Vernon, Taylor Swift \u0026 Both]So step right out, there is no amountOf crying I can do for youAll this timeWe always walked a very thin lineYou didn't even hear me out (You didn't even hear me out)You never gave a warning sign (I gave so many signs)All this timeI never learned to read your mind (Never learned to read my mind)I couldn't turn things around (You never turned things around)'Cause you never gave a warning sign (I gave so many signs)So many signs, so many signsYou didn't even see the signs[Chorus: Taylor Swift \u0026 Justin Vernon, Taylor Swift]I think I've seen this film beforeAnd I didn't like the endingYou're not my homeland anymoreSo what am I defending now?You were my town, now I'm in exile, seein' you outI think I've seen this film beforeSo I'm leavin' out the side door[Outro: Justin Vernon \u0026 Taylor Swift]So step right out, there is no amountOf crying I can do for youAll this timeWe always walked a very thin lineYou didn't even hear me out (Didn't even hear me out)You never gave a warning sign (I gave so many signs)All this timeI never learned to read your mind (Never learned to read my mind)I couldn't turn things around (You never turned things around)'Cause you never gave a warning sign (I gave so many signs)You never gave a warning sign (All this time)(So many signs) I never learned to read your mind(So many signs) I couldn't turn things around (I couldn't turn things around)'Cause you never gave a warning sign (You never gave a warning sign)You never gave a warning signAh, ah Tags:#dreamer #lyric #music #popmusic #chill #edm #muzykaComment #Darmy if you see this [43] In the UK, "Exile" opened in the top ten alongside "Cardigan" and "The 1", making Swift the sixth artist in the UK history to chart three songs in the top ten simultaneously and the first artist ever to debut three in the region;[44] this extended Swift's UK top-10 hits total to 16. [31] NPR's Kim Ruehl thought that the song creates a "windswept sonic landscape", conveying "overlapping" sadness and sagacity, atypical of Swift's most radio hits. Caramanica described the piano in the song as stern and fatalistic, gonging like grandfather clocks. "Exile" impacted US Adult Alternative radio as a single on August 3, 2020. He further named it one of Swift's "most arresting" collaborations to-date and as an "worthy successor" to her 2011 collaboration, "Safe & Sound". "Exile" is nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards, becoming Swift's third nomination in the category, following "Breathe" featuring Colbie Cailat (2008) and "Bad Blood" featuring Kendrick Lamar (2014). [29], Michael Sumsion of PopMatters proclaimed "Exile" an "obvious standout" on Folklore, defining it as a mournful examination of dissolution that juxtaposes Vernon's low bass register with Swift's "mid-range, conversational cadences and sharp-eyed observation to thrilling effect". In the United States, "Exile" debuted at number six on the Billboard Hot 100, giving Swift her twenty-eighth top-ten hit and Bon Iver's first. It is the fourth track on Swift's eighth studio album, Folklore (2020), released on July 24, 2020, through Republic Records . "Exile" (stylized in all lowercase) is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, featuring American indie-folk band Bon Iver. 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[25] Christopher Roberts of Under the Radar included it in his list of the nine best songs of Folklore's release week; he noted that Swift and Vernon's voices "mesh together well" and the latter sounds like Peter Gabriel on the track. [37] The song was one of three Billboard Hot 100 top-10 hits from Folklore and its third-highest peaking track on the chart, behind "Cardigan" (number one) and "The 1" (number 4). [21] Uproxx writer Philip Cosores regarded Vernon sounding "like himself" a flex, as he avoids his characteristic falsetto present in Bon Iver's music. "Exile" is nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance at the 63rd Grammy Awards. [10], Terming it "a rich, textured track" of two "unlikely" voices together in "glorious" harmony, Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen of The Sydney Morning Herald found the song's mythology mesmerising, building "a whole world in under five minutes", and wrote that the effect erects a climax that dies down again, resulting in "a spectrum of sound and emotion" that resonates across Folklore. [18] Praising the song's passion and conversational lyricism, Clash writer Valerie Magan called the song a "scintillating" duet and "a wintry, tortured monster of a song" that best showcases the "sonic beauty" of Folklore. It was then developed a rough demo of the song as a duet, where Swift was singing both the male and female parts, and she sent it to Aaron Dessner—one of two producers Swift picked for Folklore. 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