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Taylor Swift: 'Ready For It' Snippet Stream & Lyrics - LISTEN NOW!

Taylor Swift: 'Ready For It' Snippet Stream & Lyrics - LISTEN NOW!

UPDATE 9/3/2017! The full version of “…Ready For It?” just debuted online – listen here!

Taylor Swift just dropped a snippet of a brand new song called “Ready For It” during the college football game between Alabama and Florida State!

One minute of the song played during the pre-show intro that showed clips of the teams running onto the field.

“I see how this is gonna go / Touch me and you’ll never be alone / Island breeze and lights down low / no one has to know,” Taylor sings in the pre-chorus.

The lyrics of the chorus go, “In the middle of the night, in my dreams / You should see the things we do, baby / In the middle of the night, in my dreams / I know I’m gonna be with you, so I take my time.”

No word yet on when the song will be available to download, but listen below for now! Make sure to also listen to her new single “Look What You Made Me Do” as well.

Click inside to read the lyrics for the new song…

Read the lyrics below!

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  • Independent333

    Another generic pop song. Great…

  • piste_five

    I’m a big Taylor fan and I have to agree… hopefully she’ll have better songs on her album.

  • jh7058622

    She’s soo overrated rn. This song is terrible.

  • J Stone

    The first was so bad that she is rolling out this one early in the hope that people will forget the first.

  • Lisa

    Considering that the first one was #1 in dozens of countries, including the US and the UK, and broke tons of records, I highly doubt that’s the case. And I’m saying that as someone who didn’t even like the song…

  • J Stone

    No doubt the swifties shoved it to number one, they will do the same with the album. Still it was not received well from non swifties and she was taking heat because of the video.

  • J Stone

    No doubt the swifties shoved it to number one, they will do the same with the album. Still it was not received well from non swifties and she was taking heat because of the video.

  • Shell

    Getting a no1 in the UK doesn’t mean much now and I’m from here. She only sold 30,000 to get it, the rest was on streaming which a lot of ppl don’t think should count when a song is released.

  • Lisa

    So your criticism is that only her fans liked her new music? Um that’s the case with pretty much every artist. And like I said, she broke tons of records and achieved things that she had never achieved before. So she clearly gained new fans. The hate for Taylor is getting more and more ridiculous…

  • Lisa

    And? It was still number 1. And even if you don’t think that a song being #1 means that it’s successful, how about the song and music video breaking records on iTunes, youtube, etc?

  • J Stone

    My point is that with her past music she was able to gain a wider support than just her die hard fans. If the first two songs are any indication I don’t see that happening with this album. I have a 22 year old and an 18 year old – while not dies hard fans in the past they did buy some of her music. Both now say that unless there is something much better on the rest of the album they have no interest in it.

  • Lisa

    So your 2 kids represent the billions of teenagers and young adults on the planet? Even if you’re right, any artist would die to be able to sell as much as she does by only appealing to die hard fans. The only artist in the world that is able to sell more than Taylor is Adele.

  • J Stone

    No, but they along with all their friends give me a fair picture I believe. Yes, Swift will still sell alot to her die hard fans – no doubt. But the picture I get from my kids and their friends (we had a house full since Friday night coming and going) is that they are just not interested and seem to have outgrown her. I myself have been to one of her concerts some times ago taking a group of 6 teenagers – 4 of those 6 were here most of the day and none like either of the songs released so far and say unless the rest of the album is much better they are not going to buy the album. So you are right, Swift will still sell alot to her die hard fans, but I don’t see her having the huge success with this one as Red or 1989.

  • Shell

    Fair enough on iTunes as you do have to buy stuff but you don’t on YT or Spotify. On YT, you only have to watch a video for 30 seconds to count as a view so even if ppl switched off half way through, it still counted as a hit. Plus, how many fans, kept rewatching the video that wouldn’t normally because of the tour thing she has got going on? Would she have broke the records without this…I don’t know but I doubt as many would have watched without it.

  • Lisa

    But that’s the case with every single youtube video out there so it doesn’t make any difference. Every hardcore fan rewatches music videos so I don’t see why that matters. She still broke lots of records so I don’t get why people are so quick to make up excuses instead of simply acknowledging the fact that even though they might dislike the new single, it was still incredibly successful and there are still millions of people who did like the 2 new songs and are still fans of her.