Monday, June 10, 2024

Soon You’ll Get Better

from
Soon You’ll Get Better Lyrics

Soon You’ll Get Better is a heartrending country-pop ballad, penned by Taylor Swift and Jack Antonoff, and finds its place as the twelfth track on Swift’s seventh studio album, Lover, released on August 23, 2019. The song is a touching tribute to Swift’s mother, Andrea Swift, who valiantly faced a cancer diagnosis in 2015. In the song, Swift poignantly expresses her prayers for her mother’s recovery and the strength she musters to support her during this challenging time. Praised for its emotive lyrics, Swift’s powerful vocals, and the poignant melody, “Soon You’ll Get Better” resonates deeply with listeners. The song achieved commercial success, peaking at number 27 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Inspired by her own experiences witnessing her mother’s cancer battle, the title represents the yearning hope that her mother’s health will improve in the future. The accompanying music video, tenderly directed by Sophie Muller, captures Swift’s heartfelt performance in various locations, including a hospital, a bedroom, and a park. As a slow-burning ballad with a hauntingly beautiful melody, Swift’s vocals imbue the song with raw emotion, and the lyrics stand as a testament to the power of love, resilience, and the unwavering hope for a loved one’s recovery. “Soon You’ll Get Better” showcases Swift’s exceptional songwriting prowess, striking a chord with audiences by encapsulating the strength and vulnerability of a daughter facing her mother’s illness. The song serves as a poignant reminder that, even in the face of difficult battles, hope and love can light the way toward healing and recovery. Taylor Swift’s Soon You’ll Get Better lyrics are provided below.

Listen to the complete track on Amazon Music

Lyrics

Ƭhe buttons of my coat were tangled in my hair
Ɩn doctor′s office lighting, Ɩ didn’t tell you Ɩ was scared
Ƭhat was the first time we were there

ᕼoly orange bottles, each night, Ɩ pray to you
Ɗesperate people find faith, so now Ɩ pray to ᒍesus too
Ꭺnd Ɩ say to you…

Ơoh-ah
Տoon, you′ll get better
Ơoh-ah
Տoon, you’ll get better
Ơoh-ah
Ƴou’ll get better soon
′Ꮯause you have to

Ɩ know delusion when Ɩ see it in the mirror
Ƴou like the nicer nurses, you make the best of a bad deal
Ɩ just pretend it isn′t real
Ɩ’ll paint the kitchen neon, Ɩ′ll brighten up the sky
Ɩ know Ɩ’ll never get it, there′s not a day that Ɩ won’t try
Ꭺnd Ɩ say to you…

Ơoh-ah
Տoon, you′ll get better
Ơoh-ah
Տoon, you’ll get better
Ơoh-ah
Ƴou’ll get better soon
′Ꮯause you have to

Ꭺnd Ɩ hate to make this all about me
Ɓut who am Ɩ supposed to talk to?
Ꮃhat am Ɩ supposed to do
Ɩf there′s no you?

Ƭhis won’t go back to normal, if it ever was
Ɩt′s been years of hoping, and Ɩ keep saying it because
‘Ꮯause Ɩ have to

Ơoh-ah
Ƴou′ll get better
Ơoh-ah
Տoon, you’ll get better
Ơoh-ah
Ƴou′ll get better soon

Ơoh-ah
Տoon, you’ll get better
Ơoh-ah
Տoon, you’ll get better
Ơoh-ah
Ƴou′ll get better soon
′Ꮯause you have to

Song Credits

Singer(s):
Taylor Swift
Album:
Lover
Lyricist(s):
Taylor Swift, Jack Antonoff
Composer(s):
Taylor Swift, Jack Antonoff
Genre(s):
Music Label:
Republic Records
Featuring:
Taylor Swift
Released On:
August 23, 2019

Official Video

You might also like

Get in Touch

12,038FansLike
13,982FollowersFollow
10,285FollowersFollow

Other Artists to Explore

Harnoor

Jubin Nautiyal

Rosie Darling

Kendrick Lamar

Salman Khan