Who Is Taylor Swift's Song "Marjorie" About? It's an Ode to Her Late Grandmother

We’re still reeling thanks to Taylor Swift’s surprise ninth studio album, Evermore. And just like when her eighth album, Folklore, dropped in July 2020, Swifties are eager to figure out what all the songs on the new album mean, especially the song’s 13th track, “Marjorie.” The song is one of two track titles named after women, the other being “Dorothea,” but while Swift said she considers Dorothea a classmate of Betty, Inez, and James from Folklore, she didn’t say the same of “Marjorie.” Instead, Marjorie was inspired by Swift’s late grandmother, Marjorie Finlay, an opera singer who reportedly encouraged Swift to pursue music.

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