Spin has done some speculative analysis on the edit, as well as Swift's adjustment of the date in the song's opening line, which she changes from september 21 to september 28. Unfortunately, Taylor Swift chose to cover the song and fans are NOT loving it at all.
Swift tends to be selective with her recorded cover songs, so any one she decides upon would be an event.
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Taylor Swift might be all reputation all the time as she prepares for her stadium tour, but she managed to find a window to cover the Earth, Wind & Fire classic "September"... much to the internet's dismay. Another added, "That Taylor Swift cover of "September" sounds like housing discrimination". It is a track that Swift acknowledged had sentimental meaning to her. Notably, it's the first song she's shared since Reputation came out previous year, and it also comes along with an acoustic version of "Delicate". But Black Twitter wants the song to be destroy from existence. 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.
Regardless of Swift's personal connection, some people did not appreciate the lyrical change.
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September is one of the most well regarded hits from Earth, Wind & Fire, and was originally written by Maurice White, Al McKay and Allee Willis.
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