For some guys, meeting [artist id="2389485"]Taylor Swift[/artist] is on their bucket list of life goals — yes, we're talking about you, "Buried Life" guys. But for Swift, she puts two music legends on her wish list of people to meet, and they're both guys any music lover would die to meet.
"There's so many people I look up to based on their longevity and based on the fact that they've maintained such a culturally relevant career and such a musically relevant career," she told MTV News when she sat down to talk about her new album, Speak Now, due October 25. "People that I look up to like that are Bruce Springsteen and Bono. And I know those are really tough meet-and-greets to get into. And I know that, but I really want to at least try. I would wait in line for that."
Not that Swift hasn't already been lucky enough to meet and work with everyone from John Mayer and Miley Cyrus to T-Pain and Stevie Nicks. But on Speak Now, it will be all about Swift and the people in her life who helped inspire the tracks, including this week's release, "Back to December."
"I've always sort of written songs about situations in life, things that needed to be said," she explained. "And I've always thought that, you know, I write songs about people who deserve to have songs written about them. And whatever they need to hear, whatever is the right thing to say to that person — ends up being said."
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