Taylor’s Swift Released Her New Song You All Over Me Featuring Maren Morris

Taylor’s Swift Released

Taylor Swift is taking the Swifties back in time. The Grammy winner on Friday released a brand new song that will transport her fans to her musical teen years. Taylor announced the release of the song on Twitter on 25th March Thursday saying that she wanted her fans to know that it is the first single from the Vault song.

Everything you need to know about the song

The Song, “You All Over Me (From the Vault) features Maren Morris as Background Singer. We can see Taylor thinking deeply about the after-effects of a failed relationship. Swift also released a remix of “Love Story which is titled Love Story (Elvira Remix.

Taylor's swift released her new song You all over me featuring Maren Morris

You All Over Me is one of the sixth songs From the Vault” songs that have released along with the new version of Swift’s 2008 album Fearless, The album will feature a total of 26 songs, which are a mix of the original album and the bonus soundtracks.

The song is Produced by Aaron Dessner and co-written by Scooter Carusoe. The song has created a huge buzz among all the swifties. Continue reading ahead to know how fans have been reacting after Taylor dropped the track online.

Fans on Twitter have been reacting differently to the song, Twitter is flooded with appreciation for Taylor Swift and the lyrics of the song. Some fans are humming the lyrics of the song, Many have paid attention to the lyrics in the song as a poem to clean from 1989. The song has made Swifties confess on Twitter that they broke down immediately after they heard the song.

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Taylor's swift released her new song You all over me featuring Maren Morris

Taylor describes that the mid-tempo tune of the song details the struggle of moving on after a relationship ends. The melancholy depicts how ‘no amount of freedom gets one clear’ of the phase. She experimented and has collaborated with some of her favorite artists. Demi will release the remaining songs on April 11.

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