Hear Taylor Swift Cover Earth, Wind & Fire's "September"


Check out Twitter's reaction to Swift's Earth, Wind & Fire cover below.

At around the same time, according to reports, the press release announcing the songs was revised to eliminate the second two sentences in this paragraph: "Taylor says that she chose "September" for sentimental reasons". On April 12, she got fans in a swirl by posting on Instagram that she'd be dropping an unnamed and unexpected cover single on Spotify, along with an alternate version of her latest single, "Delicate". The singer is also set to appear on Sugarland's upcoming album, Bigger, as she's featured as a vocalist on "Babe", a song she wrote years earlier with Pat Monahan of Train. "Every step forward toward that other person scares us, but it thrills us too", she said.

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First up, Swift recorded an acoustic version of her single "Delicate", which is as pretty and straightforward as you'd expect. "It is about the balancing act of the rush and the fear and hoping it's really worth it to take that chance".

"Taylor Swift covering Earth Wind and Fire is the exact kind of evil the Devil tries to bring to pass on Friday the 13th". She included Always Be My Baby by Anderson East as well as Truly, Madly, Deeply by Yoke Lore. It has since relocated to the Sobro District in Nashville and continued to gain in popularity.