Taylor Swift Calls out SAT Princeton Review for Misquoting her Lyrics

By Anny Jules               By Getty Images  

By Anny Jules               By Getty Images  

 

Taylor Swift recently caught wind of an SAT exam prep question that incorporated one her lyrics as an example of bad grammar. 

Taylor posted the prep question on her Tumblr page and called out SAT Princeton Review for misquoting her lyric and suggesting that it was an example of bad grammar. 

“Pop lyrics are a great source of bad grammar. See if you can find the error in each of the following …

Taylor Swift: Somebody tells you they love you, you got to believe ‘em,” the SAT prep question reads. 

But the correct lyric to Taylor’s song is “Somebody tells you they love you, you’re gonna believe them.” 

So Taylor let the SAT Prep people have it.

“Not the right lyrics at all pssshhhh,” she wrote on her Tumblr. “You had one job, test people. One job.”

Check out Taylor’s Tumblr post here: 

http://bit.ly/1btzpoZ

Following Taylor’s critique, the SAT Prep organizers sent a Twitter apology to Taylor and even offered to pay for two of Taylor Swift’s fans tickets to her next show. 

Read the SATs Twitter apology here: 

http://bit.ly/1DZz4Xh

Well, that was nice! 

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