Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Ms. Taylor Swift

Ms. Taylor Swift
c/o Taylor Swift Entertainment
PMB 412
242 West Main Street
Hendersonville, TN 37075
Dear Ms. Swift,

My name is Matt Winick and I am a fan of your work as a country singer and a pop singer. Ms. Swift I think you are a talented singer with a great voice.  My favorite songs that you sang are Best Day of Your Life, 22, All Too Well, Breathe, Change, I Knew You Were Trouble, , Recently, I listen to your song “Shake It Off” and I liked it.  The reason I like your song is because I like on how it is catchy, cool dance moves, and I really like your lyrics. Besides liking your music I like your other work and your personality. I liked on how you work on charities along with advocating for arts education, LGBT rights, help the sick children, and help support people with disabilities rights. Another thing that I really appreciated is you being a strong supporter for the arts education to help children including students get an education in learning music, art design, and many other educational art programs.

Your work in singing career got me really interested in visiting the Taylor Swift exhibit at The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, California. In the exhibit, I enjoyed learning about your early life, saw your video of when you were young where you sang a song when you were little while playing the guitar, and enjoyed learning about your music career. Also in the exhibit, I really liked listening to your songs that you sang including seeing different magazines articles about you.  Another thing was at the Taylor Swift exhibit I tried singing your song We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together and I enjoyed on how it was funny on how I tried my best to sing it even though I don’t have a good voice.  Ms. Swift, I have Autism with a learning disability and having it is difficult for me because I have trouble comprehending on learning different subjects, have trouble communicating with other people,  and get teased by other people.  Your work on being an advocate to help people with disabilities and your role as an pop artist really inspires me to work hard on Autism, be interested in listening to different pop music, and continue practicing my Bb Clarinet to understand different music.

Ms. Swift, I strongly believe that you are making a great difference as an activist and as a singer including being a pop singer. I’m very proud of you for working hard to make music interesting to listen to. You have truly inspired me to work hard on my disability, become more interested in listening to music, and be a fan of you. I wrote a 12-page story of my life about working hard on my disability where I dedicate you for making a great impact on me and I hope you get a chance to read it. Also I’ve provided a card wishing you a Happy Birthday for December 13th and Happy Holidays with $3 donation as a gift for you to donate to a charity to help children with special needs get an education that they need. Another gift that I’m giving you is pictures of me visiting the Taylor Swift Exhibit in Los Angeles California for you to keep for making a great impact on me.  Thanks for taking the time to read letter, working hard to make music fun to learn including listening, and being an activist to make society better. Have a great birthday on December 13th , wish you a Happy New Year, and a safe holiday break.


Matt Winick

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Picture of me visiting The Taylor Swift Experience exhibit in Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, CA. I sent her a picture of me as a gift. 

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