At the beginning of December, Taylor Swift released Evermore, making it the 9th album in her discography. There also happen to be nine enneagram types. Over at FFL, we’re really into personality tests, and especially the enneagram. Here’s which Taylor Swift album you are, based on your enneagram type. 

Taylor Swift: Type 9, The Peacemaker

If your Enneagram type is 9, The Peacemaker, you’re most like Taylor’s debut album, Taylor Swift.

Basic Fear: Of loss or separation

Basic Desire: To have inner stability

Lyric: “I’m alone, on my own, and that’s all I know. I’ll be strong, I’ll be wrong, oh but life goes on.” -A Place In This World

Fearless: Type 3, The Achiever

If you’re an Enneagram Type 3, you’re most like Taylor’s second album, Fearless. 

Basic Fear: Of being worthless

Basic Desire: To feel valuable and worthwhile

Lyric: “If you could see that I’m the one who understands you.” -You Belong With Me

Speak Now: Type 2, The Helper

If you’re an Enneagram Type 2, you’re most like Taylor Swift’s third album, Speak Now. 

Basic Fear: Of being unwanted

Basic Desire: To be loved

Lyric: “You made a rebel of a careless man’s careful daughter. You are the best thing that’s ever been mine.” -Mine

Red: Type 6, The Loyalist

If you’re a Type 6, The Loyalist, you’re most like Red, Taylor Swift’s fourth album. 

Basic Fear: Of being without support

Basic Desire: To have security

Lyric: “…That magic’s not here no more. And I might be OK, but I’m not fine at all.” -All Too Well

1989:  Type 7, The Enthusiast

Type 7s are most like 1989, Taylor Swift’s fifth album and first true pop album. 

Basic Fear: Of being deprived

Basic Desire: To be content

Lyric: “The rest of the world was black and white, but we were in screaming color.” -Out Of The Woods

Reputation: Type 8, The Challenger

If you’re Type 8, The Challenger, you’re definitely most like Reputation, Swift’s sixth album that shook the world.

Basic Fear: Of being controlled by others

Basic Desire: To be in control of their own destiny

Lyric: “This is how the world works, you gotta leave before you get left.” -I Did Something Bad

Lover: Type 1, The Reformer

Type 1s are most like the Taylor Swift’s dream-pop seventh album, Lover. 

Basic Fear: Of being corrupt or evil

Basic Desire: To be good

Lyric: I wanna be defined by the things that I love, not the things I hate.” -Daylight

Folklore: Type 4, The Individualist

The Individualists, Type 4s are most like Taylor Swift’s eighth album, Folklore. 

Basic Fear: To have no identity

Basic Desire: To have a creative personal significance

Lyric: “When I felt like I was an old cardigan under someone’s bed, you put me on and said I was your favorite.” -Cardigan

Evermore: Type 5, The Investigator

And last but not least, if you’re a Type 5, The Investigator, you’re most like Evermore, Taylor’s most recent and ninth album. 

Basic Fear: Being useless

Basic Desire: Being capable

Lyric: “I know my love should be celebrated, but you tolerate it.” -Tolerate It

Georgia G

Georgia Gallagher graduated from the University of Alabama in the summer of 2019 where she majored in Journalism and Political Science. She is currently working as a Cast Member at  Walt Disney World in Florida. In her free time she can be found advocating for pro-life policies and working with single or low-income mothers. She often says that her planner is second only to her Bible and she’s never caught without a cup of coffee in her hand.