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Fuse TV takes on Taylor Swift’s “22

Taylor Swift’s new song is about being young and having fun, but no one ever brings up what happens when you’re in your 30s. Fuse TV decided to take the challenge. Watch the video below.

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Taylor Swift may have the song of the summer. Her new single “22” is about just what you would expect — being 22. With her success, it’s easy to forget how young Swift actually is, but the song is a fun song about having fun.

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“Everything will be alright / If we just keep dancing like we’re 22.”

While the song is a fun, lighthearted summer tune, some people apparently didn’t think it was very funny.

Fuse TV posted a parody of “22” with a song about what life would be like in 10 years. And the song “32” is pretty on point. The song was performed by Elaine Moran with Fuse.

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“It seems like every day, my newsfeed’s crowded. Too many newborns,” the girl sings in the song.

The song also includes other great pieces of advice for anyone who is not yet in their 30s.

“Wish I made more investments, because I’m so broke now that I’m 32.”

Some of the other great tips about being 32 may make anyone scared to finally get to that point.

“Today’s the day my doctor prescribed Xanax, and wine.”

“I’ve got wrinkles and acne at the same time.”

“Got a cat now, too.”

“It feels like one of those nights, I’ll have like one drink, and then I’m sleeping.”

“Not going out, I’ve got this Chinese food. Then I’ll just go to bed because it’s 8 o’clock and I am 32.”

Taylor Swift (now 23) sings about being young and having fun in her song.

“We’re happy, free, confused, and lonely in the best way / It’s miserable and magical / Tonight’s the night when we forget about the heartbreaks / It’s time.”

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But for the 32-year-old in the video, she seems past caring about heartbreak. She uses a lyric from “22”, but instead of singing about a guy at a party, she’s singing to cheese.

“You look like bad news, I gotta have you,” she sings to the cheese. “I gotta have you.”

Sounds about right.

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