Taylor Swift's 'September' Cover Blows, Listeners Say

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Swift chose to record a folksy, banjo-filled rendition of "September" and changed the song's opening lyric from "Do you remember the 21st night of September?" to "Do you remember the 28th night of September?".

When Swift's "September" remake hit the internet, the Twitterverse was up in arms over it. But Black Twitter wants the song to be destroy from existence.

Taylor Swift is giving disco a go-sorta-with a surprising new cover of Earth, Wind & Fire's "September". However, reaction was prompt on social media, with many expressing outrage that Swift would mess with a beloved classic completely out of her wheelhouse.

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The cover was recorded at Nashville's Tracking Room Studios, and is part of her newly released "Spotify Singles" series. "Every step forward toward that other person scares us, but it thrills us too", she said. Then she released an alternate video for her Reputation track "Delicate" as a Spotify exclusive.

Once upon a time, songwriter and artist Taylor Swift wasn't a fan of Spotify. We also included Earth, Wind & Fire's original track below to help restore your feel-good vibes. 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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