Taylor Swift loses her mind after Grammy nomination for 'All Too Well'

The Grammys just honored Taylor Swift's favorite song, but she doesn't know what to do with it. The 11-time Grammy winner picked up four more Grammy nominations on Nov. 15, including song of the year for her landmark "All Too Well (10-Minute Version)," which she added to her Her initial reaction was given in an Instagram Story. "There are so many reasons to lose my mind today," she began. “‘All Too Well 10’ is the song I’m most proud of of any song I’ve ever written.”

Although Swift has won Album of the Year at the Grammys three times, she has never won Song of the Year, though she now has six nominations in that category, which she noted in her notes. "The fact that it was nominated for a Grammy for Song of the Year, an award I've never received in recognition of songwriting... is momentous and surreal," she wrote.

Swift went on to thank her "All Too Well" co-writer Liz Rose, whom she had a phone call with after learning of their big nomination. "[We] recalled how we started writing together when I was 14," she wrote. "She believed in me then and now we're nominated together. It's just too cute for me to handle. I want to ramble on about time and the magic and mystery of fate and take my art back, but I think I'm going to scream ten times in a row Minutes. To think that without you, this wouldn’t have happened.”

The accompanying short film "All Too Well" was also nominated for Best Music Video, but it wasn't her only song to receive recognition this year. Swift's song "Carolina, " written for the 2022 film adaptation of "When the Crawdads Sing, " is nominated for best song for a visual medium, while her song "From the Vault" from "Red" (Tyler's Version) "I Bet You Think About Me" was nominated for Best Song for Visual Media. ,” nominated for Best Country Song.

With this year's Song of the Year nomination, Swift made history, tying with Paul McCartney and Lionel Richie as the most nominated songwriter in the category. She was previously nominated for 2021's "The Cardigan," 2020's "Lover," 2016's "Blank Space," 2015's "Shake It Off," and 2010's "You Belong to Me." Hopefully sixth time will finally work out as the charm for Swift.