On Oct. 24, 2006, Taylor Swift released her self-titled debut album and a star was born. Filled with irresistible country-pop melodies and confessional lyrics ripped straight from her diary, Taylor Swift introduced the world to the then-16-year-old, starry-eyed singer from Reading, Penn. who would go on to become one of the greatest songwriters and voices of her generation.
The album birthed hit singles “Tim McGraw,” “Teardrops on My Guitar,” “Picture To Burn” and “Our Song,” providing teens with the perfect soundtrack to the high school angst and young love Swift would replicate to even more success on subsequent albums like Fearless and Speak Now. Her eponymous debut also proved Swift’s staying power, eventually peaking at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 and breaking the record for the longest run on the chart by any album in the 2000s with a remarkable 277-week stay.
To commemorate Taylor Swift‘s 13th anniversary, Billboard wants to know which song you love the most. When you think “Tim McGraw,” do you think your favorite song? Are you still holding out for Drew to notice the teardrops on Taylor’s guitar? Or has “Our Song” always been your song?
Vote below in the poll and tell us which track from Swift’s first collection of songs is your all-time favorite! (We’ve only included the 11 tracks on the album’s standard edition — sorry “I’m Only Me When I’m With You” fans!)