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Relax, moms of young daughters. Taylor Swift
does not have a new tattoo. Despite what may look like permanent body art on the darling of country music, we can assure you it washes off.
Take, for instance, the photo of Taylor above, taken during her Speak Now ... Help Now!
tour rehearsal in Nashville on May 21. The country superstar has written down her arm, "You have every right to be a beautiful life" -- a line from friend Selena Gomez
's 'Who Says
.' Fitting lyrics given that this charity relief concert raised $750,000
for families affected by the devastating tornadoes that ripped through multiple southern U.S. states.
Nati Harnik, AP
At the opening night of her Speak Now North America
tour in Omaha, Neb. (May 27), Taylor was spotted with, "You gotta keep your head up, but you can let your hair down" sprawled down her left arm. Those lyrics are from Andy Grammer
's 'Keep Your Head Up
,' and are also quite appropriate for the entertainer's energetic live show, during which she often swings her signature long blond curls around.
Wade Payne, AP
Taylor, once again, dawned lyrical body art during her performance at CMA Music Festival
Sunday (June 12). The 'Mean
' singer paid tribute to fellow country superstars Sugarland
during country music's biggest party with the line, "Remember me in ribbons and curls, love your baby girl," from the duo's debut single, 'Baby Girl
Dying to know what inspiring song lyrics Taylor will ink next? Click here
to find tour dates and ticket availability for her near-sold-out North American leg of her Speak Now World tour.