Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift is giving us the goods.


The Grammy-winning pop star announced on Instagram her first From the Vault song, You All Over Me. this song has never been released before and will be put on her newest album Fearless (Taylors Version). Thursday, March 25 mark your calendars because her new bop will be hitting your playlists!

In the post she said, "One thing I've been loving about these From The Vault songs is that they've never been heard, so I can experiment, play, and even include some of my favorite artists. I'm really excited to have @marenmorris singing background vocals on this song!! ☔️ Produced by Aaron Dessner and co-written by Scooter Carusoe - can't wait for you to hear it 💛"

You All Over Me was produced by Aaron Dresser, who was one of the ones to work side-by-side with Swift fro her highly rated quarantine albums Folklore and Evermore.

Maren Morris made his debut in the new version of the song with background vocals and fans are vocal hoping that there are more collaborations between the two in more of her work with Fearless (Taylor' Version).

Swifts From the Vault collection comes from all of her unreleased music from her passed albums. Her new rerecorded album will be released April 9th with all of the rerecorded songs we know to love as well as new ones from the vault. It will feature six previously undressed songs that we all know will be jam packed with greatness.

In February swift released the first rerecorded single, Love Story (Taylor's version) for her Album Fearless (Taylors version). The song hit number 12 in the US and was her 35th Top 40 hit in the UK.

Get ready because You All Over me will be released tomorrow night, March 25 at midnight ET.

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