Taylor Swift sings ‘Dear John’ REVISED version at her concert

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The global icon Taylor Swift is about to surprise her fans with her song Dear John revised version very soon. The Blank Space singer performed her song after 11 years of its release in Minneapolis. The song she wrote had hurtful lyrics from her breakup with singer John Mayer. The new version will soon be released for the fans, blowing their minds.

Speak Now by Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift was quite emotional with the song when she wrote it after her breakup but with Speak Now version, the song is rewritten and re-recorded in an all-new version but some lyrics will have emotional touches from the original one like ‘Sick need’ and ‘a girl crying all the way home.’ To get people not to become too suspicious or emotional, she calmly called upon fans to her tour and listen to the song as it might get friction with her diehard fans rescuing her in support.

Taylor Swift Sings 'Dear John' Revised Version At Her Concert
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“I was hoping to ask you that as we lead up to this album coming out, I would love for that kindness and that gentleness to extend onto our internet activities. “I’m 33 years old, I don’t care about anything that happened to me when I was 19 except the songs I wrote,” she continued. Her fans should not “feel the need to defend me on the internet against someone you think I might have written a song about 14 billion years ago.” according to Deadline.

Taylor Coming backThe Eras Tour

Taylor Swift Sings 'Dear John' Revised Version At Her Concert
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Taylor is rewriting her songs like Speak Now and back in 2021, she wrote Fearless and Red. In the coming months, she is set to go on a tour with Sabrina Carpenter all over South America, Europe, and Asia Pacific that extends till next year in August.

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