Taylor Swift ft. Maren Morris | “You All Over Me” – (Taylor’s Version)(From the Vault)
Taylor Swift was born on December 13, 1989, in Reading, Pennsylvania. She sang “The Star-Spangled Banner” at a Philadelphia 76ers basketball game at 11 years old, and began songwriting and learned guitar at 12 years old. She released her first single, “Tim McGraw,” in 2006 and has been on a tear ever since. She has racked up 769 Award nominations and has won 330 of them. She is one of only two female solo artists, along with Adele, to win Album Of The Year twice for her solo recordings. She won the award for 2010 for Fearless and again for 2015 for 1989. She has accumulated 41 Grammy Nominations, (including 2021) and won 11 of them. She has an estimated sales of over 50 million albums and 150 million singles worldwide.
We have previously reviewed her latest two albums, folklore and evermore. She is back with a new unreleased song, “You All Over Me,” which features Pop/Country superstar Maren Morris. “You All Over Me,” is an unreleased track from her 2008 album, Fearless.
Perhaps most notable in the new track is the song’s opening line. The lyrics open with a reference back to Fearless‘s title track and begins with the phrase, “There’s something ’bout the way the street looks when it’s just rained.” It is pretty cool to take a walk down memory lane and transport us back to the Fearless era. Adding Maren Morris’s vocals is just a positive considering how strong both of their voices are together. If you are looking for new music to add to your playlist, check out “You All Over Me.” Available on all major streaming platforms.
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Jerrett Franklin grew up in a small town, he moved to Nashville to pursue a music career. After writing for a few different artists in the area, he decided to branch out and give local music the spotlight. That is where the idea for Music On The Rox originated from. We are dedicated to shining a light on local music and giving a voice to those who aren’t being heard.