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Album: Fearless (Taylor's Version)

Artist: Taylor Swift

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2021
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 26

  • Copyright: ℗ 2021 Taylor Swift

Tracklist For Fearless (Taylor's Version) By Artist Taylor Swift

Title Artist Time
Fearless (Taylor’s Version) Taylor Swift 4:01 USD 1.29
Fifteen (Taylor’s Version) Taylor Swift 4:54 USD 1.29
Love Story (Taylor’s Version Taylor Swift 3:55 USD 1.29
Hey Stephen (Taylor’s Versio Taylor Swift 4:14 USD 1.29
White Horse (Taylor’s Versio Taylor Swift 3:54 USD 1.29
You Belong With Me (Taylor’s Taylor Swift 3:51 USD 1.29
Breathe (Taylor’s Version) [ Taylor Swift 4:23 USD 1.29
Tell Me Why (Taylor’s Versio Taylor Swift 3:20 USD 1.29
You’re Not Sorry (Taylor’s Taylor Swift 4:21 USD 1.29
The Way I Loved You (Taylor’ Taylor Swift 4:03 USD 1.29
Forever & Always (Taylor’s V Taylor Swift 3:45 USD 1.29
The Best Day (Taylor’s Versi Taylor Swift 4:05 USD 1.29
Change (Taylor’s Version) Taylor Swift 4:39 USD 1.29
Jump Then Fall (Taylor’s Ver Taylor Swift 3:57 USD 1.29
Untouchable (Taylor’s Versio Taylor Swift 5:12 USD 1.29
Forever & Always (Piano Versio Taylor Swift 4:27 USD 1.29
Come In With The Rain (Taylor Taylor Swift 3:57 USD 1.29
Superstar (Taylor’s Version) Taylor Swift 4:23 USD 1.29
The Other Side Of The Door (Ta Taylor Swift 3:58 USD 1.29
Today Was A Fairytale (Taylor Taylor Swift 4:01 USD 1.29
You All Over Me (Taylor’s Ve Taylor Swift 3:40 USD 1.29
Mr. Perfectly Fine (Taylor’s Taylor Swift 4:37 USD 1.29
We Were Happy (Taylor’s Vers Taylor Swift 4:04 USD 1.29
That’s When (Taylor’s Vers Taylor Swift 3:09 USD 1.29
Don’t You (Taylor’s Versio Taylor Swift 3:28 USD 1.29
Bye Bye Baby (Taylor’s Versi Taylor Swift 4:02 USD 1.29

Reviews For Fearless (Taylor's Version) By Artist Taylor Swift

  • iTunes should have a thirteen star option

    By Arma Puros
    The coolest thing about this album is that if you change the level, the emotional aspect changes, like, if you turn it up all the way, Taylor sounds younger. If you make it really quiet, it might sound like she’s right in the room with you, but more like a sad story. By far, these are a collection of Taylor’s favorite songs that she has ever made. I wouldn’t consider myself the biggest fan. There’s a ton of Swiftens out there who know tracklists and every single word way better than I do. But I can still be Taylor’s biggest fan, just for me. Because for me, it’s not a competition. Every sad track on this twenty six track work, including the super cool vault tracks, are... excellent for processing things when you are super sad and that is your world and you need a super sad song to sad to or cry to or cry sing to or however you feel stuff when you are sad when your world falls apart. And when you are super super happy ecstatic, like when your hair won’t even fall into place, it’s some of the best stuff around. My favorite favorite thing to do is have the Fearless album be friends with other cool music and see how they can interact with each other like a playlist. My personal favorite thing to do a while back before Taylor’s Version ever came out, was to play my songs in between each one of Taylor’s songs, especially with the Fearless album with the white cover. Fifteen is one of my favorite songs from the album, has been for a long time. I feel like it actually describes me really well. I’ve acted like I was fifteen most of my life. Still do, even at thirty. Even while I feel like an ancient soul of old, on its last leg of existence. I’m still fifteen,... But, when Fearless (Taylor’s Version) came out, I was so so surprised that Spotify put “You Belong With Me” as my top Taylor Swift Song. The Way I Loved You, reminds me of a dream I had about Taylor once that I will never forget, where our roles were reversed, and she was the one working in the restaurant and I found her and got her email address. It was a sad dream because she wasn’t happy there at all, said something smart and I said, “and that’s why I love you”. I grew up having a hard time connecting with Taylor’s “Best Day” song. But in the last year,... anytime I have one of those best days, typically when I invest in thinking about Taylor for the whole day and just loving and enjoying her and her works. I like to end the day with the “Best Day” song. Because, when I was a kid. Well, those memories are so far away for me... it was like I hadn’t been born yet... it’s actually been months since I took some time to remember my childhood. That’s actually not the best thing to do... ( thinking ) Wow, Taylor... thank you for helping me realize that... I need to still remember my childhood, even though there’s been so much pain and heartbreak and having everything taken away from me so many times. Honestly. Moving to New York in the last two weeks because my life fell apart for the enth time in California, I took the plunge and got myself over here. It’s better, it’s not so loud, and I’m not talking about busy streets in California. Anyway... Being in New York has been a place where track twenty four, “That’s When” [feat. Keith Urban] made sense to me for the first time. I’m really thankful for that. I don’t want to get into it here. I’m 100% sure now that I would not have made it, like, livingly made it, without Taylor’s joy in her music... she’s the best friend who’s always been there for me, even when I didn’t know it. Just like I used to say on my weird TaylorTime78 profile on Instagram. I just wish I had an environment where I could actually cry out loud about Taylor because there’s always people around and I don’t like crying in front of people and make noise like that. Eventually I’ll probably have to. It’s just hard when I sound like a little girl when I cry when I look like a Jason Statham type of 6’ 4” tall person. ( see my Arma Puros Instagram page for proof of that vibe ) I’m sorry for talking about myself so much here, this is supposed to be a happy fearless review. Just being real. I don’t have anything left in life. I don’t have any friends here, I left everything behind. I do really love you Taylor. I don’t know what to do anymore. It gives me strength though. Because in this whole wild world, busy and concerned about other things, I feel like you’re the only one I can really see or feel. You embody love for me and love is something I have that can never be taken away. Because that’s all I have left of me. All my love, Love, - Kevin
  • Ahhh……. Best lyrics…… So calming….. lol

    By Why am i doing this 😩
    ‘And your LAUGHING when I’m CRYING uh—‘ ‘Hey there, Mr. Perfectly Fine, How’s your heart after breakin’ mine..’ Bleh…. Ignore my title. Don’t buy, only if u wanna waste ur money. I only rated 5 stars so you would see my review-
  • Sounds better than the originals

    By Reviewer7531
    With 26 songs, as well. Loving these one-star reviews by people saying she sounds like a second grader wrote them. Where’s their Grammy? They seem so “mean” - their voice like nails on a chalkboard, words like knives. It’s okay, the rest of us know how to shake it off, cuz the haters gonna hate hate hate hate hate. Oh, and Taylor, your indie record’s way cooler than mine. (Two!?!!)
  • Taylor is not doing it for money people..

    By hi174747373
    Taylor is not doing it for money she’s doing it so she can own the music that she made she wrote and came up with. This version is great, great work taylor! Also people I get that her old label helped her. But she should still have the rights to own her music. Yes she could have Sued. But did she? No because she didn’t want money. She wanted to re recorded. SO SHE CAN OWN HER OWN MUSIC. So stop having pitty comments.
  • She ate this upp

    By wsarfd
  • Take me back to 2008 😭😭😭

    By A (From the Vault)
    So fun to revisit these songs with Taylor’s matured sound. Also 17 year old me NEEDED “Mr. Perfectly Fine” in 2008 and I would like to have words with whoever told her to cut this song.
  • fearless (taylor’s version)

    By 48012428
    what are all of these reviews. complain all you want about her “ripping her fans off for them paying twice,” but it’s their money and she’s not FORCING anyone to purchase her albums. contrary to many reviews, i prefer the smoother, improved vocals of this version. all of these people saying they don’t care about the re-recordings obviously care enough to say something about it. if you have nothing nice to say, don’t say anything.
  • The artist actually gets paid?

    By rkaew
    I don’t particularly know most of Taylor’s music, but I do like quite a few of her songs. I bought this and the vinyl version on the principle that the artist should get paid. The re-recordings also sound great as far as I can hear. A few of these tracks even have a “live in the room” sound to the vocals. The only thing that would have made this better is if it were re-recorded by Dave Cobb.
  • oH wOw

    By shawn is better than you
    sHeS sO bRaVe LoOk aT hEr tAkiNg a StaNd aNd mAkiNg mOre mOnEy sHe iS tRuLy iNspiRiNg
  • All of you morons saying she's rerecording for money are just embarrassing yourselves

    By Krpeter1997
    Keep crying while she keeps winning

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