Taylor Swift is heading back to her country roots. on an Earth, Wind & Fire song.
Aided by the gentle strum of a banjo, Swift and her ethereal Southern twang put a much different, softer spin on the beloved dance track. Swift's rendition nearly feels like a heartbreak ballad than a joyous anthem. Another added, "That Taylor Swift cover of "September" sounds like housing discrimination". Not the least of which being the fact she changed the first line from "the 21st night of September" to the 28th!
"Delicate is a song about the vulnerability that immediately surfaces in all of us the minute we meet someone we want to like us".
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The cover was recorded at Nashville's Tracking Room Studios, and is part of her newly released "Spotify Singles" series.
Some fans were offended that Swift sucked the soul and feel-good vibes out of E, W & F's original version. 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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The other notable adjustment Swift made to the song is a key lyric change.
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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