The messages here are mixed: while Taylor encourages the object of her affections not to settle for what he may not want, she also has a somewhat childish, fantasy-like approach to the situation that doesn't represent real life. Though this single itself isn't overwhelmingly positive, Taylor still manages to be a great role model for young adults everywhere -- working hard at her career while keeping her personal life clean. The guy she likes is about to marry the "wrong girl" with a "snotty little family." The second single from her full-length CD of the same name, "SPEAK NOW" once again finds pop-country sweetheart Taylor Swift singing the blues about a guy she may lose. This time, the guy in question is about to marry the "wrong girl" with a "snotty little family." Swift fantasizes about speaking out at the point in the ceremony where witnesses are asked to "speak now or forever hold your peace," and when she actually does, the guy abruptly halts the ceremony and runs away with her. As usual, Taylor doesn't use foul language or mature references to get her story across, but her repeated themes of living in an alternate reality may raise an eyebrow among some parents.