Taylor Swift drops two new songs on Spotify Singles


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Taylor Swift has recorded a new a capella rendition of her Reputation hit Delicate and a cover of Earth, Wind & Fire's September exclusively for Spotify Singles.

"There are certain songs you don't mess with, especially if you don't have the range, and we all know Taylor Swift has all the range of a dial tone", Judge wrote.

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Y'all have to stop saying Taylor Swift "covered" anything.

A statement issued by Spotify said: "Taylor says that she chose September for sentimental reasons".

Other users, meanwhile, defended Swift's song.

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Kelsie Gibson of Popsugar offered a defense of the tune, however lukewarm, in a piece titled "Taylor Swift Just Made a Classic Earth, Wind & Fire Song Country, and I Don't Hate 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. Or like ever ever in love? Swift had already embraced Apple Music after she was satisfied with its terms.

See some of the harshest and most hilarious reactions to Swift's take on "September" below.

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