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Album: Carolina (From The Motion Picture “Where The Crawdads Sing”) - Single

Artist: Taylor Swift

  • Genre: Soundtrack
  • Release Date: 2022
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 2

  • Copyright: ℗ 2022 Taylor Swift

Tracklist For Carolina (From The Motion Picture “Where The Crawdads Sing”) - Single By Artist Taylor Swift

Title Artist Time
1
Carolina Taylor Swift 4:24 USD 1.29
2
Carolina Taylor Swift 2:43 USD 1.29

Reviews For Carolina (From The Motion Picture “Where The Crawdads Sing”) - Single By Artist Taylor Swift

  • Great song, great movie

    5
    By Unrealistic rolls
    One of the better movies I’ve seen in a while. Great saga (song) to complement it.
  • S. K. Harris

    5
    By HoopPhan
    Now, having just seen the movie, I’ll read the book, or listen to it . . . I have spent a good deal of time in the South along Coastal Carolinas, the Savannah River delta and a bit on the panhandle of West Florida . . . I found myself loving this song . . . To the one star reviewers . . . one star is just what your reviews are worth!
  • Beautiful and Haunting

    5
    By Mrs. Cool(Xiumei)
    I haven’t stopped listening to this song. I am in love with the story, the book, the movie and this song. Carolina ties it all together.
  • Bad

    1
    By Tenncritic
    Surely , she can sing better than this!
  • Beautiful

    4
    By G's friend
    Hard to understand the hate from some of the reviewers. Beautiful recording.
  • Enough Already

    1
    By dave maurer
    Gee, more Taylor Swift whispering. Can’t get enough of THAT.
  • As dreamy as the marsh

    5
    By FL Grass
    This song is amazing and I cannot wait to see the movie! Haunting…
  • 🤣

    1
    By DrXtreme
    She is so desperate for attention just can’t allow new artists to have their voices be heard. Puts in so little amount of effort and yet still gets an overrated amount of nominations.
  • ehh maybe it’ll grow on me?

    3
    By Fangirl😝👻
    i love Taylor and her music, especially folklore and her recent music, but this song just really didn’t do it for me. I don’t know why honestly. I’m hoping that after a few more streams, it’ll grow on me.
  • Please stop

    1
    By feragonz
    Taylor we’re tired of these folklore-like songs. Please release a banger!

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