Listen: Taylor Swift records new version of 'This Love'

Listen: Taylor Swift records new version of 'This Love'

The new version of Taylor Swift's single, 'This Love', is all kinds of amazing. 

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Taylor Swift has released the lyric video for 'This Love' (Taylor's version).

Taylor Swift's fans are convinced that she will be re-releasing her '1989' album next after the singer dropped her latest remake. 

The 32-year-old just shared the lyric video for 'This Love (Taylor's Version)'. The song is featured on the 2014 album. 

Taylor first teased the updated version of the track in the trailer for Amazon Prime's 'The Summer I Turned Pretty' series. 

"This Love (My version!) is out and I’m currently reliving the 1989 tour in my head and spiraling, it’s fine," the 'Blank Space' hitmaker wrote on Instagram after dropping the full song. 

Taylor is currently hard at work re-recording her first six albums in an effort to own her music. 

Taylor has so far re-recorded 'Fearless' and 'Red'.

Both broke several streaming records and featured in the top 10 music charts all over the world. 

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Taylor is yet to confirm which album she will be re-recording next, but her fans are hoping it will be '1989'. The album is one of Taylor's most successful offerings.

'1989' produced hits such as 'Shake It Off', 'Blank Space', and 'Bad Blood' featuring rapper Kendrick Lamar. While 'This Love' is one of the lesser-known singles on the album, the new version could send the single straight to number one on the Billboard Hot 100.

The Grammy Award winner's fans have already given the song a major thumbs up. 

"Taylor's voice is really soothing and calming. This song's been underrated and it's finally getting the attention it deserves," one YouTube user commented. 

Another added: "In the old version she sounds broken and trying to heal from love and it's like she's desperately hoping love will find her again. In this version, she sounds happy, she sounds healed, she is the old girl telling to her younger self that love indeed will come back to her."

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