Love may not come easy for Taylor Swift but that doesn't keep her from writing and performing songs about the heart. In fact, it probably helps.
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Taylor Swift, Keith Urban, and Lonestar are set to round out the Country end of a majority pop and rock edition of the newsest release of the "Now That's What I call" music compilations. This time around it's a much more tender collection, "Now That's What I Call Love" is set to hit stores January 26th (according to just in time for Valentines Day. Though Taylor has had a rather rough go of the celebrity love biz you have to admit she has a real knack for writing romantic ballads. Her song "Love Story" is featured on the 20 song set along with Keith Urban's "Kiss the Girl" , and Lonestar's "Amazed." There are of course some tracks we could do without such as the Hinder song "Lips of an Angel" which brings me back to the Jack Ingram version and the many in studio phone calls it prompted. How a song about chatting on the phone with your ex about how much you would like to cheat on your current love lorn victim can be considered a love song is beyond me. Regardless of my loving opinion this album is after all about tenderness so I will recommend it for those who enjoy being a little bit country and a little bit rock and roll. With great tracks from Norah Jones, Alicia Keys, and of course the dainty waif  Taylor Swift stitching their love woven tapestries... its a  fun album to celebrate the holiday with a little variety.