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"I think I like the bright colors in here better than the lighter ones," she says, critiquing the rooms, which seem to go on endlessly, like galleries in a museum. The family was wealthy before she became a star — both of Swift's parents have had careers in finance, which makes them particularly good advisers, and they aren't interested in their daughter's cash.
One of them usually travels with her, and her father, a kind and friendly stockbroker, has just arrived, a stack of business documents in tow.
n a bright Sunday afternoon in Los Angeles, Taylor Swift is on good behavior, as usual.
This politesse is part of Swift's character, a way of treating others taught by her loving family.
It takes superhuman strength for a teenager to listen to her father talk at length about her personal life, and even Swift — the goodiest goody-goody in the nation — struggles to remain polite.
She's constantly worried about saying something that could be construed as offensive to her fans, and even swats away a question about her political preferences before conceding that she supports the president: "I've never seen this country so happy about a political decision in my entire time of being alive," she says. "I just don't want to look nasty and sweaty when people are taking pictures of me."Videos: Taylor Swift's Coast-to-Coast Cover Songs But these are momentary distractions in an otherwise pleasant afternoon.
She's very savvy: It was her decision to sing "Fifteen," her song about the innocence of that age, with Miley Cyrus at the Grammys.
"I think it's cool, because when she was 15 she had a lot of things going on," says Swift.She has never changed her hair color, won't engage in any remotely dangerous type of physical activity and bites her nails to the quick.