Hear Taylor Swift’s Fearless Vault Music “You All Over Me”

Welcome back to the world of 17 year olds Taylor Swift.

Swifties can finally relive one of the singers Golden ages with a brand new Fearless song. On Friday March 26th, Taylor co-released “You All Over Me” Maren Morris, her first unheard song “from the vault”, which will appear on her upcoming album “Fearless” (Taylor’s version).

Also released on March 26th was Producer Elvira Anderfjärd‘s new remix of “Love Story (Taylor’s Version)”. Both pieces can be heard in the following YouTube videos.

“You All Over Me (feat. @Marenmorris) (From The Vault) and Love Story (Taylor’s version) – Elvira Remix are now available because we’re dancing and crying in this house at the SAME TIME,” Taylor posted on social shortly thereafter Media The songs fell.

“You All Over Me” is one of six never before released bonus tracks that almost made it onto their Fearless album in 2008. It is the second single from their new version that is expected on April 9th ​​after “Love Story (Taylor’s” version) “dropped in time for Valentine’s Day last month.

The song explains how she lived and learned after a painful breakup. “God knows, too long and wasted time / Tears lost, swore I’d get out of here / But not a lot of freedom will make you clean / I still have you all over me,” the Grammy winner sings.

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