Swift went on to be labelled as a confessional, diary-style composer, but even in her debut, there are traces of the creative storytelling that helped folklore become popular.
Both Swift's debut album and most current album deal with the unpredictability of the future and falling short of expectations. Whether you're 13 or 31, the singer capitalises on this distinct yet pervasive worry.
Can anything in the hit film Fearless be considered underrated? There was not even a single "Forever & Always" song.
Fearless (Taylor's Version) was welcomed with much anticipation as Taylor's debut re-recording of her own masters. How do the songs she worked on more than ten years ago sound now?
Swift has developed her relationship with her fans into a cottage industry despite the fact that every artist claims to adore their followers.
"Last Kiss" may sound unimpressive when compared to the other Swift songs covered in this list, but it truly showcases her poetic prowess.
Swift's Red album was undoubtedly inspired by Joni Mitchell, whose influence is perhaps most palpable in the understated but potent "Treacherous."
Red is home to mainstream pop singles including "I Knew You Were Trouble" and "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together."
Only a few songs from 1989 can truly be classified as "underrated," and even the bonus tracks are important contributions to Swiftie history.
Swift's liveliest and most well-known songs, including "Blank Space," "Shake It Off," "Style," and "Out Of The Woods," to mention a few, may have been created around 1989.