"Speak Now" represents Taylor Swift's creativity, as she holds the sole songwriting credit for each song to prove her talent to critics. Many of these album's tracks are catchy with autobiographical lyrics that can be pertinent to any listener's life, such as "The Story of Us" which is about the painful awkwardness of inadvertently encountering an ex-lover in public (fun!!).
Apparently the concept of this album are things left unsaid to people within Taylor Swift's life. The album's title, "Speak Now" suggests to me that the solution to many quandaries or painful circumstances can be provided through simple communication. The romantic flare in this theme is well-written, such as "Haunted", which is about being left confused with a lack of closure from an ex-lover (at least that's my interpretation). And then we have "Back to December", where Taylor Swift displays remorse for the mistakes that she made in a failed relationship.
Ultimately, this record has a lot of accessible and relatable tunes, making it a great listen! Also "Enchanted" is lowkey the best song on here.