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"'''Exile'''" (en español: "Exilio"; estilizado en minúsculas) es la cuarta canción y el segundo sencillo del octavo álbum de [[Taylor Swift]], ''[[Folklore]]'' (2020), con la banda estadounidense [[Bon Iver]]. Fue escrita por Swift, William Bowery y Justin Vernon, y producida por [[Aaron Dessner]]. El registro de la canción está programado para la radio alternativa para adultos el 3 de agosto de 2020, por Republic Records, como el segundo sencillo del álbum. "Exile" es una balada de dúo impulsada por un piano pesado y cuerdas giratorias. Recibió críticas positivas de los críticos tras su lanzamiento, con elogios hacia la química vocal del dúo.
 
"'''Exile'''" (en español: "Exilio"; estilizado en minúsculas) es la cuarta canción y el segundo sencillo del octavo álbum de [[Taylor Swift]], ''[[Folklore]]'' (2020), con la banda estadounidense [[Bon Iver]]. Fue escrita por Swift, William Bowery y Justin Vernon, y producida por [[Aaron Dessner]]. El registro de la canción está programado para la radio alternativa para adultos el 3 de agosto de 2020, por Republic Records, como el segundo sencillo del álbum. "Exile" es una balada de dúo impulsada por un piano pesado y cuerdas giratorias. Recibió críticas positivas de los críticos tras su lanzamiento, con elogios hacia la química vocal del dúo.
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== Recepción de la crítica ==
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La canción recibió aclamación de los críticos. Billy Nilles de ''E! Online'' describió a "Exile" como un "sueño devastador" y escribió que la relación que lo inspiró debe haber dolido porque "golpea como un puñetazo". Christopher Roberts de ''Under the Radar'' lo incluyó en su lista de las nueve mejores canciones de la semana de lanzamiento de ''Folklore''; señaló que "las voces de Swift y Vernon encajan bien" y este último suena como Peter Gabriel en la pista. Escribiendo para ''Consequence of Sound'', Matt Melis nombró a "Exile" la ''Canción de la Semana'' tras el lanzamiento de ''Folklore'', y calificó al dúo como un "milagro menor en 2020". Justin Curto de ''Vulture'' declaró que "[Swift] ha tomado los últimos cuatro meses de la pandemia para pensar fuera de sí misma e hizo su álbum más contemplativo hasta la fecha, con 'Exile' como primer resultado".
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== Letra ==
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{{Letra|<poem>
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'''[Verse 1: Justin Vernon]'''
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I can see you standing, honey
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With his arms around your body
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Laughin', but the joke's not funny at all
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And it took you five whole minutes
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To pack us up and leave me with it
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Holdin' all this love out here in the hall
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'''[Chorus: Justin Vernon]'''
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I think I've seen this film before
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And I didn't like the ending
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You're not my homeland anymore
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So what am I defending now?
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You were my town, now I'm in exile, seein' you out
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I think I've seen this film before
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'''[Post-Chorus: Justin Vernon]'''
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Ooh, ooh, ooh
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'''[Verse 2: Taylor Swift]'''
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I can see you starin', honey
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Like he's just your understudy
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Like you'd get your knuckles bloody for me
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Second, third, and hundredth chances
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Balancin' on breaking branches
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Those eyes add insult to injury
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'''[Chorus: Taylor Swift]'''
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I think I've seen this film before
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And I didn't like the ending
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I'm not your problem anymore
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So who am I offending now?
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You were my crown, now I'm in exile, seein' you out
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I think I've seen this film before
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So I'm leaving out the side door
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'''[Bridge: Justin Vernon, Taylor Swift & Both]'''
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So step right out, there is no amount
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Of crying I can do for you
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All this time
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We always walked a very thin line
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You didn't even hear me out (You didn't even hear me out)
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You never gave a warning sign (I gave so many signs)
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All this time
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I never learned to read your mind (Never learned to read my mind)
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I couldn't turn things around (You never turned things around)
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'Cause you never gave a warning sign (I gave so many signs)
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So many signs, so many signs
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You didn't even see the signs
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'''[Chorus: Taylor Swift & Justin Vernon, Taylor Swift]'''
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I think I've seen this film before
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And I didn't like the ending
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You're not my homeland anymore
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So what am I defending now?
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You were my town, now I'm in exile, seein' you out
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I think I've seen this film before
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So I'm leavin' out the side door
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'''[Outro: Justin Vernon & Taylor Swift]'''
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So step right out, there is no amount
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Of crying I can do for you
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All this time
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We always walked a very thin line
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You didn't even hear me out (Didn't even hear me out)
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You never gave a warning sign (I gave so many signs)
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All this time
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I never learned to read your mind (Never learned to read my mind)
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I couldn't turn things around (You never turned things around)
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'Cause you never gave a warning sign (I gave so many signs)
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You never gave a warning sign (All this time)
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(So many times) I never learned to read your mind
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(So many signs) I couldn't turn things around (I couldn't turn things around)
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'Cause you never gave a warning sign (You never gave a warning sign)
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You never gave a warning sign
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Ah, ah
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</poem>}}
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== Referencias ==
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{{reflist}}
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== Enlaces externos ==
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* {{Spotify|track|4pvb0WLRcMtbPGmtejJJ6y}}
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{{Folklore}}

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Taylor Swift – exile (feat

Taylor Swift – exile (feat. Bon Iver) (Lyric Video)

"Exile" (en español: "Exilio"; estilizado en minúsculas) es la cuarta canción y el segundo sencillo del octavo álbum de Taylor Swift, Folklore (2020), con la banda estadounidense Bon Iver. Fue escrita por Swift, William Bowery y Justin Vernon, y producida por Aaron Dessner. El registro de la canción está programado para la radio alternativa para adultos el 3 de agosto de 2020, por Republic Records, como el segundo sencillo del álbum. "Exile" es una balada de dúo impulsada por un piano pesado y cuerdas giratorias. Recibió críticas positivas de los críticos tras su lanzamiento, con elogios hacia la química vocal del dúo.

Recepción de la crítica

La canción recibió aclamación de los críticos. Billy Nilles de E! Online describió a "Exile" como un "sueño devastador" y escribió que la relación que lo inspiró debe haber dolido porque "golpea como un puñetazo". Christopher Roberts de Under the Radar lo incluyó en su lista de las nueve mejores canciones de la semana de lanzamiento de Folklore; señaló que "las voces de Swift y Vernon encajan bien" y este último suena como Peter Gabriel en la pista. Escribiendo para Consequence of Sound, Matt Melis nombró a "Exile" la Canción de la Semana tras el lanzamiento de Folklore, y calificó al dúo como un "milagro menor en 2020". Justin Curto de Vulture declaró que "[Swift] ha tomado los últimos cuatro meses de la pandemia para pensar fuera de sí misma e hizo su álbum más contemplativo hasta la fecha, con 'Exile' como primer resultado".

Letra

[Verse 1: Justin Vernon]
I can see you standing, honey
With his arms around your body
Laughin', but the joke's not funny at all
And it took you five whole minutes
To pack us up and leave me with it
Holdin' all this love out here in the hall

[Chorus: Justin Vernon]
I think I've seen this film before
And I didn't like the ending
You're not my homeland anymore
So what am I defending now?
You were my town, now I'm in exile, seein' you out
I think I've seen this film before

[Post-Chorus: Justin Vernon]
Ooh, ooh, ooh

[Verse 2: Taylor Swift]
I can see you starin', honey
Like he's just your understudy
Like you'd get your knuckles bloody for me
Second, third, and hundredth chances
Balancin' on breaking branches
Those eyes add insult to injury

[Chorus: Taylor Swift]
I think I've seen this film before
And I didn't like the ending
I'm not your problem anymore
So who am I offending now?
You were my crown, now I'm in exile, seein' you out
I think I've seen this film before
So I'm leaving out the side door

[Bridge: Justin Vernon, Taylor Swift & Both]
So step right out, there is no amount
Of crying I can do for you
All this time
We always walked a very thin line
You didn't even hear me out (You didn't even hear me out)
You never gave a warning sign (I gave so many signs)
All this time
I never learned to read your mind (Never learned to read my mind)
I couldn't turn things around (You never turned things around)
'Cause you never gave a warning sign (I gave so many signs)
So many signs, so many signs
You didn't even see the signs

[Chorus: Taylor Swift & Justin Vernon, Taylor Swift]
I think I've seen this film before
And I didn't like the ending
You're not my homeland anymore
So what am I defending now?
You were my town, now I'm in exile, seein' you out
I think I've seen this film before
So I'm leavin' out the side door

[Outro: Justin Vernon & Taylor Swift]
So step right out, there is no amount
Of crying I can do for you
All this time
We always walked a very thin line
You didn't even hear me out (Didn't even hear me out)
You never gave a warning sign (I gave so many signs)
All this time
I never learned to read your mind (Never learned to read my mind)
I couldn't turn things around (You never turned things around)
'Cause you never gave a warning sign (I gave so many signs)
You never gave a warning sign (All this time)
(So many times) I never learned to read your mind
(So many signs) I couldn't turn things around (I couldn't turn things around)
'Cause you never gave a warning sign (You never gave a warning sign)
You never gave a warning sign
Ah, ah

Referencias

Enlaces externos

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