Taylor Swift will soon drop re-recording of "Speak Now"(Taylor's Version)

Taylor Swift will soon drop re-recording of “Speak Now”(Taylor’s Version)

Before starting her Eras Tour on March 17, Taylor Swift revealed today that she would release four songs at midnight as a special surprise for her fans. These songs include “Eyes Wide (Taylor’s Version)” & “Safe And Sound (Taylor Swift’s Version)”  from the Hunger Games soundtrack, as well as the as-yet-unreleased “Lover” album’s track “All Of The Girls You Loved Before” that surfaced among other songs in the fandom a few weeks ago.

If This Was A Movie (Taylor’s Version),” one of the songs, was first included on the deluxe edition of her 2010 album “Speak Now.”  Fans have conjectured that a release date announcement for the “Speak Now” (Taylor’s Version) re-recording will occur.

If This Was A Movie by Taylor Swift
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Also, it is the only song on the album with a co-writer, leading some fans to speculate about why she is releasing it. If “If This Was A Movie (Taylor’s Version)” is left off the re-recorded tracklist, Speak Now TV will be the only song she has written independently.

Everyone believes that Taylor Swift’s upcoming re-recorded album, “Speak Now,” will be released soon after she released another Easter egg-filled music video for “Lavender Haze” at the beginning of the year.

The 33-year-old singer previously hinted that “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” be released soon.

The pop icon’s third studio album will be the next to receive the “Taylor’s Version” touch; a source told this outlet. They said: “Taylor Swift has been discreetly working in the studio on remakes of 1989 and Speak Now. Speak Now Taylor’s Version is being finalised, but it should be available within the next few months, just in time for her Eras global tour.”

Swift’s “Bejeweled” music video, in which the colours of the elevator buttons correspond to her albums, supports the idea that “Speak Now TV” will be the next big thing. As is customary, the number 13 is a pale purple colour that resembles the lavender hues of the time.

Both records are rumoured to get finished. Thus theories swirl that “1989,” first released in 2014, will be released either simultaneously with or shortly after The Eras Tour!

But the fan base has before played the fool. Swift did not reveal 1989 as her upcoming re-recording when she released “This Love (Taylor’s Version)” and “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version)” in 2020. She might also decide to stop doing everything right now.

We will continue to hope and be grateful for the new updates up until that time.

The Eras Tour, which begins on March 17 in Swift City, Arizona (also known as Glendale), will be commemorated by Taylor Swift by releasing four un-released songs at midnight.

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