Taylor Swift’s “Out Of The Woods”: Listen To The Full ‘1989’ Song

Robbie Daw | October 14, 2014 5:41 am

Taylor Swift‘s latest 1989 song to be released is “Out Of The Woods,” which – duh — is already #1 on iTunes, mere hours after it became available for purchase. (Note: Apparently it’s not the official follow-up single to “Shake It Off.”) In typical Taylor fashion, the Jack Antonoff-produced track is a lament over a past relationship, and this time around it’s supposedly One Direction‘s Harry Styles getting zinged by Swift’s lyrics. Lucky him.

“Looking at it now, last December, we were built to fall apart, and fall back together,” Taylor reminisces over an echoing vocal sample and bed of synths. Hear the full moan-fest below.

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