The song “Carolina” by Taylor Swift has been made available. The song is included in the planned film adaptation of Delia Owens’ 2018 murder mystery book Where the Crawdads Sing. The movie is produced by actress Reese Witherspoon, 46, and stars ‘Normal People’ actress Daisy Edgar-Jones, 24. The “You Belong With Me” vocalist attempted to accurately capture the “loneliness and independence” of the female protagonist by writing the song “alone.” “About a year and a half ago, I composed a song about the life of a girl who always lived on the periphery, looking in,” Taylor explained in a tweet. both physically and figuratively. Her freedom and loneliness are in opposition to one another. Her terror and curiosity were intertwined. Her steadfast kindness and the betrayal of her by the world.


You didn’t see me here and “There are places I will never go to / Things that only Carolina will ever know” are among the song’s lyrics. She then collaborated on its production with her longtime friend and musical partner Aaron Dessner. Folklore and Evermore, the Grammy-winning artist’s eighth and ninth studio albums, were co-produced by the duo. I composed the song “Carolina” alone and asked my friend @aarondessner to produce it, the “cardigan” singer earlier teased accompanying a song clip. To fit this captivating story, I wanted to make something eerie and ominous