Taylor Swift - "September" (Earth, Wind & Fire Cover)

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After the song's release Friday, Earth, Wind & Fire's diehard fans weren't at all amused. While theirs was more "dance floor anthem", Swift's is more "warm coffeehouse ballad" - she slathers the track in banjos and lets her breathy vocals handle those iconic "ba de ya's".

Swift said that she was very careful in choosing which songs to put out to the world.

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Earth, Wind and Fire's "September" is a classic disco favourite, and now Taylor Swift has given her take on it. The other notable change here is Swift's adjustment of the song's opening line: She shifts it from "Do you remember the 21th night of September?" to "Do you remember the 28th night of September", which may be a reference to her relationship with boyfriend Joe Alwyn. But Black Twitter wants the song to be destroy from existence. "It is about the balancing act of the rush and the fear and hoping it's really worth it to take that chance".

Swift doesn't tackle covers often-at least, not put down on record in the studio-so it stands to reason that just about anything she'd tackle would be news. The country duo, made up of Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush, released the tracklist for Bigger today, and Swift is featured as a vocalist on "Babe", a song that she wrote with Train's Pat Monahan.

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