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Album: willow (lonely witch version) - Single

Artist: Taylor Swift

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2020
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2020 Taylor Swift

Tracklist For willow (lonely witch version) - Single By Artist Taylor Swift

Title Artist Time
willow Taylor Swift 3:34 USD 1.29

Reviews For willow (lonely witch version) - Single By Artist Taylor Swift

  • One of the best versions of willow out there!

    By MelvinB.
    I personally love this version of acoustic Taylor and really recome to you to buy this song! Although it may be the same song, this is a different version; it captures the point of view each willow version is trying to paint. Buy this if you want to support Taylor Swift!
  • not gonna lie, when this came on....

    By honey chill✌️😜👏💁😉
    i didn’t realize it was remix. but still it gets 5 stars cuz taylor is a queen 💫 🍂
  • Acoustic Taylor is the best Taylor

    By JillianJWrites
    Taylor just released folklore: the long pond studio sessions on Disney+ two weeks ago, and willow's lonely witch remix makes a good argument for her going acoustic and stripped down forever. The strings really shine on this cut. I know some folks think the remixing is a money grab, but I appreciate Taylor's ambition. She's an incredible business woman. Each remix showcases something special and different about willow. Smart move!
  • Another one...?

    By amiran14
    She’s too desperate for that #1....anyways buy and stream AIWFCIY
  • Mannnnn

    By Brę_J
    Where is your class girl 😔
  • More versions of the same song ?

    By eli🤩
    There’s like 4 versions of the SAME song. Someone’s desperate 💀
  • She’s trying too hard...

    By kaye85
    Three different versions of the same song in one week...maybe she should just let someone else have the spotlight for a while. Desperate isn’t a good look on anyone. This is coming from someone who use to like Taylor Swift. Very disappointed with this entire era...
  • Money grab long-con

    By Mastifyr
    How many versions of the same single are Taylor’s people planning to put out? I could understand if the remixes were drastically different from each other in some way, but it’s only a very slight note change for the instrumentals of the 4-and-counting versions of Willow. I was originally impressed and had respect for Taylor and her team for making the original single so cheap, but now I see the reason why. What’s a few cents difference if you’re gonna make her fanbase buy the exact same song multiple times over, just with different cover art? This is either for the money or for the chart success, and either way it makes Taylor look extremely disingenuous, which is quite ironic considering the indie folk image she’s trying to play. Do better, if not for your image, then for your fans.
  • desperate

    By Theofficialmrsbieber716
    she’s clearly desperate for a #1. it’s sad.
  • Yes

    By Dude. no
    Give this some love ppl

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