Taylor Swift‘s third studio album Speak Now holds a special place in her fans’ hearts. Whether you grew up alongside Taylor to songs like “Mine” and “Mean” or you fell in love with the album when “Enchanted” found new popularity on TikTok, Speak Now (Taylor’s Version), the “Anti-Hero” singer’s third re-recorded album has been highly anticipated.

Dropping at midnight Eastern time in a cloud of purple, Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) was revealed with six vault tracks including features from Fall Out Boy and Hayley Williams. Taylor didn’t release a vault puzzle for this album, and fans speculate that it was due to leaks that made her drop the tracklist all at once. It’s not a mystery that we’re going to be obsessed with these songs for a while, though. From sweet looks at love like “When Emma Falls in Love (Taylor’s Version)” and “Timeless (Taylor’s Version)” to an early look at the fears that Taylor experienced about losing her fame in “Castles Crumbling (feat. Hayley Williams) (Taylor’s Version),” the vault continues to give us exciting new lyrics.

In a post announcing the album’s release, Taylor said it is about “whims, fantasies, heartaches, dramas and tragedies.” The album she originally wrote to prove herself to her critics and herself is back and brand new. We’re enchanted to yet again spend time with a younger Taylor through present-day Taylor’s eyes and voice.

With Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) officially here, only three of Taylor’s albums remain to be rerecorded—1989, reputation, and of course, her debut album Taylor Swift.

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