15 Hidden Gems from Taylor Swift's Lyrics
Taylor Swift intentionally capitalizes certain letters in the lyrics to spell "ADAM" which is believed to refer to Adam Young, the song's inspiration.
The line "This night is sparkling, don't you let it go" was inspired by a firefly-lit forest Taylor visited with Adam Young.
Swift has confessed that "Enchanted" was the only song on her "Speak Now" album that she had written about someone she hadn't met yet.
Fans believe that this song hints at the fairy tale 'Enchanted' love story in 'Once Upon a Time,' with lyrics like "This is me praying that this was the very first page."
The song mentions the number 27, which is significant in Swift's life as she often says she wrote her best songs at 27.
Taylor Swift wrote the song in her hotel room after the CMT Music Awards.
Adam Young, the singer of Owl City, who inspired the song, responded with a cover of 'Enchanted' on Valentine's Day, expressing his gratitude.
Taylor Swift recorded a stripped-down, acoustic version of 'Enchanted' that is equally enchanting.
Swift performed 'Enchanted' live for the first time at the 2010 CMA Awards.
The song features Taylor Swift's favorite word, "wonderstruck."
The song was considered for an Academy Award nomination after its inclusion in the movie "The Vow."
Fans speculate that 'Enchanted' provides insight into Swift's budding romance with Joe Alwyn.
Taylor Swift revealed that she wanted to capture the feeling of meeting someone you're enchanted by through this song.
The song references Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" with the line "I'll spend forever wondering if you knew I was enchanted to meet you."
'Enchanted' has continued to inspire artists and fans, making it a timeless classic in Taylor Swift's discography.