Apparently Taylor Swift has seriously been holding out on us. The country song "You All Over Me" has been collecting dust in the vault for years, but the superstar just released the new song featuring Maren Morris providing backing vocals. Initially meant for Swift's 2008 Grammy-winning album Fearless, the previously unreleased song, co-written by songwriter Scooter Carusoe, brings back Taylor's old country sound longtime fans have been missing ever since she first switched to pop with her album 1989 in 2014. We can't help but wonder, what else from the vault will be making an appearance in the coming months?
"You All Over Me" is the latest song being recorded for Fearless (Taylor's version) which is expected to drop on April 9. This is the first album that Swift is re-recording in full, following Scooter Braun and Big Machine Records' sale of her masters last year. Apparently, it's one of six songs that was cut from the original Fearless album. The new cut was produced by The National's Aaron Dessner, whom Swift recently worked with on her latest two albums, folklore and evermore.
Because Swift really loves her fans, she also released a remix of "Love Story (Taylor's version) - Elvira Remix."
"In this house we dance and cry at the SAME TIME," Swift joked on social media.
As much as we love Swift's ever-evolving sound, we're really enjoying her bringing back the Fearless era as the singer records all of her classic old songs. There are rumors that some of Swift's favorite artists and friends in the music industry will also be featured on her upcoming album. From Katy Perry to Selena Gomez, we aren't sure what to expect but we're sure that the star most likely has some fun surprises up her sleeve.
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