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Common Sense Media says

Thoughtful country track describes love through colors.

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(out of 7 reviews)
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Review this title!
Teen, 13 years old Written bysmashingepicness767 July 12, 2013
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6
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Nothing, no inappropriate content

'Red' best album yet by Taylor Swift. Song, catchy, beautiful and lovely.
Kid, 12 years old October 24, 2012
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12
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Red - AMAZING!

This CD is awesome - but not for kids under 10 or 11. "hell" and "lord" are used as swear words, and a little hinting of a guy trying to get Taylor to be with him but the lyrics tell you that he already has a "girl at home" waiting for him. Over all, cute and fun album for tweens and teens, but remember, Taylor is getting older, and so are her songs. :)
What other families should know
Great messages
Too much swearing
Teen, 13 years old Written byUseursense August 15, 2013
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9
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BURNING RED!

This song is indeed very catchy! Taylor is symbolizing how loving a certain guy, is a lot like colors! The only lines I don't like r, "faster than the wind, passionate as sin" and "touching him was like realizing all u ever wanted was right there in front of u," very good job Taylor swift!
Teen, 13 years old Written byhiphoph July 1, 2013
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9
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Red

Red is a song that goes through how love is through colors. Though, the song is talking about a breakup, it looks back on how the relationship was good. It also mostly touches on her trying to get over him and having a hard time. There's one mention of a Maserati, for consumerism. For iffy lyrics, "Touching him was like realizing all you ever wanted was right there in front of you", is pretty much it.
Kid, 10 years old May 28, 2013
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8
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Just a Bunch Of Nothingness

I didn't really like this album as much as her other ones. It was rather un tuneful and didn't connect with the listener like the other albums did. You can tell there is a lot of auto-tone and hardly any high or low notes are hit. This album is really just consists of a bunch of nothingness. There is no positive message or any mention of drugs or sex.
Teen, 15 years old Written byrebma97 October 18, 2012
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10
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Nice single

This song is pretty good. It's about a relationship (which most of Taylor's songs are about), but there's nothing to really worry about. There's one mention of "touching" ("Touching him was like realizing all you ever wanted was right there in front of you"), but overall I think it's fine for kids.
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Too much sex
Parent of a 6 year old Written bymadsmooney1214 October 15, 2012
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7
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red cd single

Families can talk about the rapid speed with which artists today release new singles ("Red" is the third in three weeks for Swift) and the effect it has on audiences. How could this more-is-more approach be both helpful and hurtful to an artist? How has the Internet changed the ability of artists to get their music out to the masses? Are these changes a good or bad thing (or both)?
What other families should know
Great messages
Great role models
Too much consumerism