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You Know What, Fine: Taylor Swift Covers Earth, Wind & Fire's 'September'

You Know What, Fine: Taylor Swift Covers Earth, Wind & Fire's 'September'

Taylor Swift used to play for Team Apple.

Swift has released two new songs exclusively to Spotify Singles, the streaming service's weekly playlist that focuses on two new songs from a single artist. Swift recorded both of her songs in Nashville. Swift reversed the decision last summer, bringing the catalogue back to Spotify in June - a move first predicted in a Music Week interview with Spotify UK's George Ergatoudis.

The other notable adjustment Swift made to the song is a key lyric change. Born and raised in Reading, Pennsylvania, Swift moved to Nashville, Tennessee at the age of 14 to pursue a career in country music before melding with pop to become an worldwide superstar.

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Twitter user Michael Arceneaux said of the song: 'If you were curious to hear what unseasoned boiled chicken breast sounded like in a song, take a listen to Taylor Swift cover Earth, Wind & Fire'.

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 singer is also set to appear on Sugarland's upcoming album, Bigger, as she's featured as a vocalist on "Babe", a song she wrote years earlier with Pat Monahan of Train.