1989 (Taylor’s Version) Vault Tracks Has Been Unveiled

Earlier, Taylor Swift, who is always up for a challenge, presented a sort of internet scavenger hunt challenge to her fans. And it appears that the mission has been completed. The pop sensation has granted her fans’ Wildest Dreams by finally revealing the titles of the vault tracks set to be released in 1989 (Taylor’s Version).

Swifties, being the devoted fans that they are, were able to unlock the ‘vault’ for the re-recorded album, which includes five previously unreleased songs, by solving 1989-themed word puzzles via a Google Search game. It was a frenzy of excitement as they deciphered the hints Taylor had left for them.

Taylor Swift maintained her half of the bargain after challenging her army of Swifties to a race to decode dozens and dozens of word clues on Google. On September 20, she released the long-awaited names for four of her five promised vault tracks:

1. Is It Over Now?
2. Now That We Don’t Talk
3. Say Don’t Go
4. Suburban Legends

The fifth vault track, on the other hand, remains a mystery, implied by the hidden letters and symbol “T-S-!-U-L” that she hinted at earlier this week in another video. The excitement is evident as fans try to decipher the curious message.

Swift teased fans with an Instagram video of a vault seemingly floating in the sky surrounded by birds on September 19. The characters and symbol “T-S-!-U-L” soar out of the vault, along with one pair of quotation marks. It’s a puzzle fit for a mastermind, and Swifties wasted no time getting into it.

“You can tell me when the search is over… if the high was worth the pain,” she captioned the shot, a sneaky reference to her popular song “Blank Space.” This simply added fuel to the fire, prompting followers to reach out to social media to dispute what the expression might possibly mean. Theories abound, with many considering “slut!” or “lust!” as possible options.

Swift’s vault recordings are songs that were left on the cutting room floor when the album was first published. They’ve become an exciting foundation in every re-record Taylor Swift has released until now.
Are you excited for 1989 (Taylor’s Version) just like we are? What do you think is the name of the fifth vault track? Let us know!

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