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Album: Safe & Sound (From "The Hunger Games" Soundtrack) [feat. The Civil Wars] - Single

Artist: Taylor Swift

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2011 Big Machine Records, LLC

Tracklist For Safe & Sound (From "The Hunger Games" Soundtrack) [feat. The Civil Wars] - Single By Artist Taylor Swift

Title Artist Time
1
Safe & Sound (from "the Hunger Taylor Swift 4:01 USD 1.29

Reviews For Safe & Sound (From "The Hunger Games" Soundtrack) [feat. The Civil Wars] - Single By Artist Taylor Swift

  • 🪕🎤🪑❤️

    4
    By n8vsprt
    It was actually The Civil Wars that took my guard down just to listen to this song. I knew it had a simple & pretty melody sung by Swift. But to me, Joy Williams & John White (The Civil Wars) both gave the song a much fuller sound in the harmonies with an added warmth & character. John White really gave it the impetus & drive that it otherwise would’ve lacked. I wish they could’ve added more to the song, but I think it would’ve drowned out Ms. Swift…& well she’s the star (not 2B mean, I know she’s talented, just not my cup of🫖🍵😇).
  • This song is amazing

    5
    By 11212323412345123456
    A bop and a half
  • This was the one

    5
    By Big Meadows
    I am way off Taylor’s main fan demographic, and tended to ignore her. This song brought her to my attention, and created a fan. Shame on her detractors, she has a gorgeous voice and knows how to use it. Also- Do check out the Civil War’s other work, their harmonies are consistently rich and engaging.
  • THE NOSTALGIA

    5
    By UNIQue LoNdYn
    Taylor you’ve created the best song in the history of the world
  • Aawwwwwww

    5
    By mirin02
    I love this song!!!!!!!!!!! I will honor Rue forever. I read the book three times and the song makes me cry thinking about the book. I’m going insane.
  • 💔😭😩🥺😞

    5
    By tiktoksavy
    Rue will live on 🥺
  • 💔

    5
    By xcgrl4life
    we miss u rueeeeee
  • 🤩

    5
    By Dude. no
    This is a miracle of life.
  • so beautiful

    5
    By Bob Ross👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽
    :)
  • Beautiful

    5
    By 💖💗💓💝💞💕
    I love this song! Listening to it is enough to reduce me to tears! Rue live on in our hearts! ❤️❤️❤️😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

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