Taylor Swift Drops ‘You All Over Me’ First ‘Fearless’ Unreleased Song “From the Vault” Featuring Maren Morris!

Taylor Swift gives fans a new taste of her loved stuff! “You All Over Me,” the first of six previously unreleased songs from Fearless Age, dropped by Swift alongside her 2008 album.

The song created by Aaron Dessner and co-written by Scooter Carusoe will debut on Friday at midnight. On Wednesday, the singer announced the release of “You All Over Me.” Taylor Swift first unveiled the song “from the vault” of her sophomore album Fearless.

The song “You All Over Me (Taylor’s Version),” which she sings with country song singer Maren Morris, was released by the singer in the last few days.

“From The Vault songs, one thing I loved about them is that they were never heard, so I could experiment, perform, and even include some of my favorite artists. I’m excited about the background vocals on this song @MarenMorris!” The news was swiftly tweeted. During a stop on Swift’s reputation stadium tour, Morris joined Swift for a surprise performance. On Good Morning America Thursday morning, a snippet of the song was shared.

Aaron Dessner, who worked with Swift on her folklore albums recently and evermore, has created this song.

The six new traps were written simultaneously with the other songs from the Fearless Age at the age of 16 to 18, but, as Swift explained previously, were ‘held back from 2008 for ‘different reasons.’

Swift noted that the inclusion of previously unheard-of songs would give fans the Fearless “full picture.” Swift only announced last month that it had done with re-recording Fearless and that there will be 26 songs in the new album called Fearless (Taylor’s Version). Earlier this month, Taylor Swift dropped the re-recorded Taylor’s version of Wildest Dreams.

‘My version of Fearless will have 26 songs because I decided to add songs that almost produced the original Fearless album from the vout,’ Swift said in a Good Morning America video, ‘I’m going to have 26 songs because it is not just songs that made the album, it’s songs that almost made it. Swift also delivered a new version of her 2008 single, “Love Story,” named “Love Story” (Taylor’s version) to coincide with the news.

Although Swift’s second album is Fearless, it’s the first one she’s recorded from her big machine. First confirmed in 2019 that she would re-record the controversial $300 million deal between Scooter Braun and the Big Machine Label Group founder Scott Borchetta to compensate for her songbook, which includes: Taylor Swift (2006), Fearless (2008), Speak Now (2010).

Taylor Swift was the only female song artist to have won this high award three times and won the 63rd Grammy Award in the album of the year category for folklore. People could listen to Swift’s voice mixing into Maren Morris, the country star, who sings on the track at the sneak peek.

If you are still deprived of the amazing version of Taylor Swift and have a look below at the video mentioned above:

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