List of songs by Taylor Swift

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Taylor Swift is holding a mic in her right hand.
Swift performing "New Romantics" on The 1989 World Tour in Detroit in 2015

American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift signed a record deal with the then-independent label Big Machine Records in 2005 and, with the exception of several cover performances and two guest features, has subsequently written or co-written every song she has released and has also contributed as a writer to songs released by other artists. Swift released her eponymous debut album in 2006.[1] She wrote three of the album's tracks: "Our Song", "Should've Said No", and "The Outside" alone. The remaining eight were co-written with Liz Rose, Robert Ellis Orrall, Brian Maher, and Angelo Petraglia.[2] In 2007, she released her first extended play (EP), Sounds of the Season: The Taylor Swift Holiday Collection, which includes two original self-written tracks: "Christmases When You Were Mine" and "Christmas Must Be Something More".

Beautiful Eyes, Swift's second EP, was released in 2008 and features alternate takes of songs from her debut album, as well as two new tracks; the title track and "I Heart ?".[3] Swift wrote most of her songs from her second album, Fearless (2008) while she promoted her debut album as opening act for country artists. Seeing as collaborators were not available on the road, Swift self-penned eight of her second album's tracks while the rest were co-written with Rose, Hillary Lindsey, Colbie Caillat, and John Rich.[4][5] She contributed two songs, "Today Was a Fairytale" and "Jump Then Fall", to the Valentine's Day soundtrack, and recorded a cover of Better Than Ezra's "Breathless" for the Hope for Haiti Now album. Swift wrote every track of her Speak Now (2010) album without any co-writers. The album expands on the country pop style of her previous work and touches on themes of love, romance, and heartbreak.[6] In late 2011, Swift contributed two original songs—"Safe & Sound", featuring duo The Civil Wars, and "Eyes Open"—to The Hunger Games soundtrack album.

Swift's fourth album Red (2012) marked a change in her musical style with the experimentation of heartland rock, dubstep, and dance-pop.[7] In addition to collaborating with producer Nathan Chapman—who also recorded her first three albums—she worked with new producers such as Dann Huff, Max Martin, and Shellback; the latter two also co-wrote the album with her.[8] In 2013, she provided guest vocals for Tim McGraw's "Highway Don't Care", which features guitar work by Keith Urban, and penned "Sweeter than Fiction" for the One Chance soundtrack album.

Swift released her fifth album 1989 in 2014. Credited as her "first documented, official pop album", it marks a departure from her previous country albums.[9] It incorporates musical genres, such as dance-pop, electropop and synth-pop, and is described as an album "driven by synths and drums in lieu of guitar".[10] For the album, Swift worked with new co-writers, including Jack Antonoff, Ryan Tedder, and Ali Payami. Swift and Martin served as the executive producer. She enlisted her long-time collaborators Chapman, Martin, Shellback, and for the first time Noel Zancanella, Mattman & Robin, and Greg Kurstin.[11] In December 2016, Swift recorded the song "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" for the film Fifty Shades Darker with British singer Zayn Malik. On her sixth album Reputation (2017), Swift served as the executive producer, and worked with long-time collaborators Antonoff, Martin, Shellback, alongside new collaborators such as Oscar Görres and Oscar Holter, and Future as featured artists on the album.[12]

On Swift's seventh studio album Lover (2019), she served as the executive producer and worked with long-time collaborator Antonoff alongside new collaborators Joel Little, Louis Bell, Frank Dukes, Sounwave, St. Vincent and Cautious Clay. The album featured Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco and the Dixie Chicks.[13] The title track remix was released featuring guest vocals and lyrics from Shawn Mendes. In November 2019, Swift released "Beautiful Ghosts", a song written with British composer Andrew Lloyd Webber for the Cats motion picture soundtrack. The week before her birthday in 2019, Swift released a non-album Christmas single titled "Christmas Tree Farm". In January 2020, she released the politically-themed track "Only the Young" alongside Miss Americana, a Netflix documentary following her life and career over the course of several years.

Swift released her eighth studio album Folklore in July 2020; the surprise release included sixteen standard tracks and one bonus track on the physical deluxe edition. She collaborated with Antonoff, Aaron Dessner of The National, William Bowery, and Bon Iver, the latter featuring on "Exile".[14] In December 2020, five months after Swift released Folklore, she surprise released her ninth studio album, Evermore, including fifteen tracks and two bonus tracks on the physical deluxe edition. On Evermore, Swift collaborated with Bon Iver, the National and Haim.[15] In 2021, Swift and Haim released "Gasoline" from the expanded edition of Haim's 2020 album Women in Music Pt. III.[16]

Starting with Fearless in 2020, Swift began re-recording her old music to regain control of the masters of her first six studio albums. In April 2021, Swift released Fearless (Taylor's Version) as the first re-recorded album. The album release was preceded with the three singles; "Love Story (Taylor's Version)", "You All Over Me" and "Mr. Perfectly Fine".[17] She worked with new collaborator Christopher Rowe and long-time collaborators Antonoff and Dessner for the album. In November the same year, she followed up with Red (Taylor's Version). The album included the longest Billboard Hot 100 number one song "All Too Well (Taylor's Version)". On the album, she worked with long-time collaborators such as Rowe, Antonoff, Dessner, and Shellback.

Released songs[edit]

Contents
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Key
Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Max Martin has co-written 22 songs with Swift, four of which have peaked at number one on the US Hot 100.[18]
John Mayer
John Mayer collaborated with Swift on "Half of My Heart".
Joy Williams and John Paul White
The Civil Wars co-wrote and feature in "Safe & Sound".
B.o.B
Swift co-wrote and appears as a featured artist in B.o.B's "Both of Us".
Paula Fernandes
Paula Fernandes features in the Speak Now World Tour - Live (Brazilian Edition) "Long Live".
Tim McGraw
Swift provided guest vocals for Tim McGraw's "Highway Don't Care", featuring Keith Urban.
Ed Sheeran
Ed Sheeran co-wrote and appears as a featured artist on "Everything Has Changed" from Red and Red (Taylor's Version), "End Game" from Reputation and "Run" from Red (Taylor's Version)
Gary Lightbody
Gary Lightbody of Snow Patrol co-wrote "The Last Time", and appears as a featured artist.
Ryan Tedder
Ryan Tedder co-wrote and co-produced "I Know Places" and "Welcome to New York" from 1989.
Imogen Heap
Imogen Heap co-wrote and co-produced "Clean" from 1989.
Kendrick Lamar
Kendrick Lamar co-wrote the remix of "Bad Blood", and appears as a featured artist.
Sugarland
Swift co-wrote and appears as a featured artist in Sugarland's "Babe".
Brendon Urie
Brendon Urie co-wrote "Me!" and appears as a featured artist.
Louis Bell co-wrote and co-produced three songs for Lover.
Shawn Mendes co-wrote and appears as a featured artist on the remixed duet version of "Lover".
Aaron Dessner co-wrote nine songs and produced or co-produced eleven songs for Folklore. He also co-wrote eleven songs and produced or co-produced fourteen songs for Evermore and co-produced two songs for Fearless (Taylor's Version) and four songs for Red (Taylor's Version).
Justin Vernon of Bon Iver co-wrote and features on the songs "Exile" and "Evermore".
Name of song, featured performers, writers, originating album, and year released.
Song Artist(s) Writer(s) Album Year Ref.
"The 1" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Folklore 2020 [14]
"22" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Red and Red (Taylor's Version) 2012 and 2021 [8]
"Afterglow" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Louis Bell
Frank Dukes
Lover 2019 [19]
"All Too Well" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Red and Red (Taylor's Version) 2012 and 2021 [8]
"All Too Well" (10 minute version) Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Red (Taylor's Version) 2021
"All You Had to Do Was Stay" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
1989 2014 [11]
"American Girl" (cover) Taylor Swift Tom Petty None[a] 2009 [20]
"The Archer" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Lover 2019 [21]
"August" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Folklore 2020 [14]
"Babe" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Patrick Monahan
Red (Taylor's Version) 2021
"Babe" (featuring version) Sugarland
featuring Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Patrick Monahan
Bigger 2018 [22]
"Back to December" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [6]
"Bad Blood" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
1989 2014 [11]
"Bad Blood" (remixed single version) Taylor Swift
featuring Kendrick Lamar
Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Kendrick Lamar
Non-album song[b] 2015 [24]
"Beautiful Eyes" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Beautiful Eyes 2008 [3]
"Beautiful Ghosts" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Andrew Lloyd Webber
Cats: Highlights from the Motion Picture Soundtrack 2019 [25]
"Begin Again" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Red and Red (Taylor's Version) 2012 and 2021 [8]
"The Best Day" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Fearless and Fearless (Taylor's Version) 2008 and 2021 [26]
"Bette Davis Eyes" (live cover) Taylor Swift Donna Weiss
Jackie DeShannon
Speak Now World Tour – Live 2011 [27]
"Better Man" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Red (Taylor's Version) 2021
"Better than Revenge" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [6]
"Betty" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
William Bowery
Folklore 2020 [14]
"Big Star (Live)" Kenny Chesney
and Taylor Swift
Stephony Smith Live in No Shoes Nation 2017 [28]
"Birch" Big Red Machine
featuring Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Bryan Devendorf
Justin Vernon
How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last? 2021 [29]
"Blank Space" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
1989 2014 [11]
"Both of Us" B.o.B
featuring Taylor Swift
Bobby Ray Simmons, Jr.
Taylor Swift
Ammar Malik
Lukasz Gottwald
Henry Walter
Strange Clouds 2012 [30]
"Breathe" Taylor Swift
featuring Colbie Caillat
Taylor Swift
Colbie Caillat
Fearless and Fearless (Taylor's Version) 2008 and 2021 [26]
"Breathless" (cover) Taylor Swift Kevin Griffin Hope for Haiti Now 2010 [31]
"Bye Bye Baby" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Fearless (Taylor's Version) 2021 [32]
"Call It What You Want" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Reputation 2017 [12]
"Cardigan" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Folklore 2020 [14]
"Champagne Problems" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
William Bowery
Evermore 2020 [33]
"Change" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift AT&T Team USA Soundtrack,
Fearless, and Fearless (Taylor's Version)
2008 and 2021 [26]
"Christmas Must Be Something More" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Sounds of the Season 2007 [34]
"Christmas Tree Farm" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Non-album single 2019 [35]
"Christmases When You Were Mine" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Nathan Chapman
Sounds of the Season 2007 [34]
"Clean" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Imogen Heap
1989 2014 [11]
"Closure" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Evermore 2020 [33]
"Cold as You" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Taylor Swift 2006 [2]
"Come Back... Be Here" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Dan Wilson
Red
(Deluxe edition)
and Red (Taylor's Version)
2012 and 2021 [8]
"Come in with the Rain" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Fearless (Platinum edition)
and Fearless (Taylor's Version)
2009 and 2021 [26]
"Coney Island" Taylor Swift
featuring the National
Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Bryce Dessner
William Bowery
Evermore 2020 [33]
"Cornelia Street" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Lover 2019 [19]
"Cowboy Like Me" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Evermore 2020 [33]
"Crazier" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Robert Ellis Orrall
Hannah Montana: The Movie 2009 [36]
"Cruel Summer" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
St. Vincent
Lover 2019 [19]
"Dancing with Our Hands Tied" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Oscar Holter
Reputation 2017 [12]
"Daylight" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Lover 2019 [19]
"Death by a Thousand Cuts" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Lover 2019 [19]
"Dear John" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [6]
"Delicate" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Reputation 2017 [12]
"Don't Blame Me" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Reputation 2017 [12]
"Don't You" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Tommy Lee James
Fearless (Taylor's Version) 2021 [32]
"Dorothea" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Evermore 2020 [33]
"Dress" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Reputation 2017 [12]
"Drops of Jupiter" (live cover) Taylor Swift Charlie Colin
Rob Hotchkiss
Jimmy Stafford
Pat Monahan
Scott Underwood
Speak Now World Tour – Live 2011 [27]
"Enchanted" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [6]
"End Game" Taylor Swift
featuring Ed Sheeran and Future
Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Ed Sheeran
Nayvadius Wilburn
Reputation 2017 [12]
"Epiphany" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Folklore 2020 [14]
"Evermore" Taylor Swift
featuring Bon Iver
Taylor Swift
Justin Vernon
William Bowery
Evermore 2020 [33]
"Everything Has Changed" Taylor Swift
featuring Ed Sheeran
Taylor Swift
Ed Sheeran
Red and Red (Taylor's Version) 2012 and 2021 [8]
"Exile" Taylor Swift
featuring Bon Iver
Taylor Swift
Justin Vernon
William Bowery
Folklore 2020 [14]
"Eyes Open" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift The Hunger Games 2012 [37]
"False God" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Lover 2019 [19]
"Fearless" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Hillary Lindsey
Fearless and Fearless (Taylor's Version) 2008 and 2021 [26]
"Fifteen" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Fearless and Fearless (Taylor's Version) 2008 and 2021 [26]
"Forever & Always" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Fearless and Fearless (Taylor's Version) 2008 and 2021 [26]
"Forever & Always" (piano version) Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Fearless (Platinum edition)
and Fearless (Taylor's Version)
2009 and 2021 [26]
"Forever Winter" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Mark Foster
Red (Taylor's Version) 2021 [38]
"Gasoline" Haim
and Taylor Swift
Danielle Haim
Este Haim
Alana Haim
Rostam Batmanglij
Ariel Rechtshaid
Women in Music Pt. III
(Expanded edition)
2021 [39]
"Getaway Car" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Reputation 2017 [12]
"Girl at Home" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Red
(Deluxe edition)
and Red (Taylor's Version)
2012 and 2021 [8]
"Gold Rush" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Evermore 2020 [33]
"Gorgeous" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Reputation 2017 [12]
"Half of My Heart" (album version) John Mayer
featuring Taylor Swift
John Mayer Battle Studies 2009 [40]
"Happiness" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Evermore 2020 [33]
"Haunted" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [6]
"Hey Stephen" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Fearless and Fearless (Taylor's Version) 2008 and 2021 [26]
"Highway Don't Care" Tim McGraw and Taylor Swift
featuring Keith Urban
Mark Irwin
Josh Kear
Brad Warren
Brett Warren
Two Lanes of Freedom 2013 [41]
"Hoax" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Folklore 2020 [14]
"Hold On" (live cover) Jack Ingram
featuring Taylor Swift
Blu Sanders Rhapsody Originals[c] 2007 [42]
"Holy Ground" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Red and Red (Taylor's Version) 2012 and 2021 [8]
"How You Get the Girl" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
1989 2014 [11]
"I Almost Do" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Red and Red (Taylor's Version) 2012 and 2021 [8]
"I Bet You Think About Me" Taylor Swift
featuring Chris Stapleton
Taylor Swift
Lori McKenna
Red (Taylor's Version) 2021 [38]
"I Did Something Bad" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Reputation 2017 [12]
"I Don't Wanna Live Forever" Zayn and Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Sam Dew
Jack Antonoff
Fifty Shades Darker: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 2016 [43]
"I Forgot That You Existed" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Louis Bell
Frank Dukes
Lover 2019 [19]
"I Heart ?" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Beautiful Eyes 2008 [3]
"I Knew You Were Trouble" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Red and Red (Taylor's Version) 2012 and 2021 [8]
"I Know Places" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Ryan Tedder
1989 2014 [11]
"I Think He Knows" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Lover 2019 [19]
"I Want You Back" (live cover) Taylor Swift Freddie Perren
Deke Richards
Berry Gordy, Jr.
Alphonso Mizell
Speak Now World Tour – Live 2011 [27]
"I Wish You Would" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
1989 2014 [11]
"If This Was a Movie" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Martin Johnson
Speak Now
(Deluxe edition)
2010 [6]
"Illicit Affairs" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Folklore 2020 [14]
"Innocent" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [6]
"Invisible" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Robert Ellis Orrall
Taylor Swift
(Deluxe edition)
2007 [2]
"Invisible String" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Folklore 2020 [14]
"It's Nice to Have a Friend" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Louis Bell
Frank Dukes
Lover 2019 [19]
"It's Time to Go" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Evermore
(Deluxe version)
2020 [44]
"I'm Only Me When I'm with You" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Robert Ellis Orrall
Angelo Petraglia
Taylor Swift
(Deluxe edition)
2007 [2]
"Ivy" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Aaron Dessner
Evermore 2020 [33]
"Jump Then Fall" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Fearless (Platinum edition),
Valentine's Day: Soundtrack, and Fearless (Taylor's Version)
2009 and 2021 [26]
[45]
"King of My Heart" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Reputation 2017 [12]
"The Lakes" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Folklore
(Deluxe edition)
2020 [14]
"Last Christmas" (cover) Taylor Swift George Michael Sounds of the Season 2007 [34]
"The Last Great American Dynasty" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Folklore 2020 [14]
"Last Kiss" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [6]
"The Last Time" Taylor Swift
featuring Gary Lightbody of Snow Patrol
Taylor Swift
Gary Lightbody
Jacknife Lee
Red and Red (Taylor's Version) 2012 and 2021 [8]
"Long Live" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [6]
"Long Live" (single version) Taylor Swift
featuring Paula Fernandes
Taylor Swift
Paula Fernandes
Speak Now World Tour – Live 2012 [27]
"Long Story Short" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Evermore 2020 [33]
"London Boy" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Cautious Clay
Sounwave
Lover 2019 [19]
"Look What You Made Me Do" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Fred Fairbrass
Richard Fairbrass
Rob Manzoli[d]
Reputation 2017 [12]
"Love Story" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Fearless and Fearless (Taylor's Version) 2008 and 2021 [26]
"Lover" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Lover 2019 [47]
"Lover (Remix)" Taylor Swift
featuring Shawn Mendes
Taylor Swift
Shawn Mendes
Scott Harris
Non-album single[e] 2019 [48]
"The Lucky One" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Red and Red (Taylor's Version) 2012 and 2021 [8]
"Macavity" (cover) Taylor Swift
and Idris Elba
Andrew Lloyd Webber
T. S. Eliot
Cats: Highlights from the Motion Picture Soundtrack 2019 [49]
"Mad Woman" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Folklore 2020 [14]
"The Man" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Joel Little
Lover 2019 [19]
"Marjorie" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Evermore 2020 [33]
"Mary's Song (Oh My My My)" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Brian Maher
Taylor Swift 2006 [2]
"Me!" Taylor Swift
featuring Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco
Taylor Swift
Joel Little
Brendon Urie
Lover 2019 [50]
"Mean" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [6]
"Message in a Bottle" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Red (Taylor's Version) 2021 [38]
"Mine" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [6]
"Mirrorball" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Folklore 2020 [14]
"Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Joel Little
Lover 2019 [19]
"The Moment I Knew" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Red
(Deluxe edition)
and Red (Taylor's Version)
2012 and 2021 [8]
"Mr. Perfectly Fine" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Fearless (Taylor's Version) 2021 [32]
"My Tears Ricochet" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Folklore 2020 [14]
"Never Grow Up" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [6]
"New Romantics" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
1989
(Deluxe edition)
2014 [11]
"New Year's Day" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Reputation 2017 [12]
"No Body, No Crime" Taylor Swift
featuring Haim
Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Evermore 2020 [33]
"Nothing New" Taylor Swift
featuring Phoebe Bridgers
Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Red (Taylor's Version) 2021 [38]
"Only the Young" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Joel Little
Non-album promotional single 2020 [51]
"The Other Side of the Door" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Fearless (Platinum edition)
and Fearless (Taylor's Version)
2009 and 2021 [26]
"Our Song" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Taylor Swift 2006 [2]
"Ours" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Speak Now
(Deluxe edition)
2010 [6]
"Out of the Woods" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
1989 2014 [11]
"The Outside" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Taylor Swift 2006 [2]
"Paper Rings" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Lover 2019 [19]
"Peace" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Folklore 2020 [14]
"A Perfectly Good Heart" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Brett James
Troy Verges
Taylor Swift
(Deluxe edition)
2007 [2]
"Picture to Burn" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Taylor Swift 2006 [2]
"A Place in This World" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Robert Ellis Orrall
Angelo Petraglia
Taylor Swift 2006 [2]
"...Ready for It?" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Ali Payami
Reputation 2017 [12]
"Red" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Red and Red (Taylor's Version) 2012 and 2021 [8]
"Renegade" Big Red Machine
featuring Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Taylor Swift
How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last? 2021 [29]
"Right Where You Left Me" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Evermore
(Deluxe version)
2020 [44]
"Ronan" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Maya Thompson
Originally a non-album charity single, later included in Red (Taylor's Version) 2012 and 2021 [52]
"Run" Taylor Swift
featuring Ed Sheeran
Taylor Swift
Ed Sheeran
Red (Taylor's Version) 2021
"Sad Beautiful Tragic" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Red and Red (Taylor's Version) 2012 and 2021 [8]
"Safe & Sound" Taylor Swift
featuring The Civil Wars
Taylor Swift
Joy Williams
John Paul White
T-Bone Burnett
The Hunger Games 2011 [37]
"Santa Baby" (cover) Taylor Swift Joan Javits
Philip Springer
Tony Springer
Sounds of the Season 2007 [34]
"September" (cover) Taylor Swift Maurice White
Al McKay
Allee Willis
Spotify Singles 2018 [53]
"Seven" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Folklore 2020 [14]
"Shake It Off" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
1989 2014 [11]
"Should've Said No" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Taylor Swift 2006 [2]
"Silent Night" (cover) Taylor Swift Josef Mohr
Franz Xaver Gruber
Sounds of the Season 2007 [34]
"So It Goes..." Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Oscar Görres
Reputation 2017 [12]
"Soon You'll Get Better" Taylor Swift
featuring Dixie Chicks
Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Lover 2019 [19]
"Sparks Fly" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [6]
"Speak Now" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [6]
"Starlight" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Red and Red (Taylor's Version) 2012 and 2021 [8]
"State of Grace" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Red and Red (Taylor's Version) 2012 and 2021 [8]
"Stay Beautiful" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Taylor Swift 2006 [2]
"Stay Stay Stay" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Red and Red (Taylor's Version) 2012 and 2021 [8]
"The Story of Us" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [6]
"Style" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Ali Payami
1989 2014 [11]
"Superman" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Speak Now
(Deluxe edition)
2010 [6]
"Superstar" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Fearless (Platinum edition)
and Fearless (Taylor's Version)
2009 and 2021 [26]
"Sweeter than Fiction" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
One Chance Soundtrack 2013 [54]
"Teardrops on My Guitar" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Taylor Swift 2006 [2]
"Tell Me Why" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Fearless and Fearless (Taylor's Version) 2008 and 2021 [26]
"That's When" Taylor Swift
featuring Keith Urban
Taylor Swift
Brad Warren
Brett Warren
Fearless (Taylor's Version) 2021 [32]
"This Is Me Trying" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Folklore 2020 [14]
"This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
Reputation 2017 [12]
"This Love" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift 1989 2014 [11]
"Tied Together with a Smile" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Taylor Swift 2006 [2]
"Tim McGraw" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Taylor Swift 2006 [2]
"'Tis the Damn Season" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Evermore 2020 [33]
"Today Was a Fairytale" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Valentine's Day[f] and Fearless (Taylor's Version) 2010 and 2021 [45]
"Tolerate It" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Evermore 2020 [33]
"Treacherous" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Dan Wilson
Red and Red (Taylor's Version) 2012 and 2021 [8]
"Two Is Better Than One" Boys Like Girls
featuring Taylor Swift
Martin Johnson
Taylor Swift
Love Drunk 2009 [58]
"Umbrella" (live cover) Taylor Swift Christopher "Tricky" Stewart
Terius "Dream" Nash
Thaddis Harrell
Shawn Carter
iTunes Live from SoHo 2008 [59]
"Untouchable" Taylor Swift Cary Barlowe
Nathan Barlowe
Tommy Lee James
Taylor Swift[g]
Fearless (Platinum edition)
and Fearless (Taylor's Version)
2009 and 2021 [26]
"The Very First Night" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Amund Bjørklund
Espen Lind
Red (Taylor's Version) 2021 [38]
"The Way I Loved You" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
John Rich
Fearless and Fearless (Taylor's Version) 2008 and 2021 [26]
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Red and Red (Taylor's Version) 2012 and 2021 [8]
"Welcome to New York" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Ryan Tedder
1989 2014 [11]
"We Were Happy" Taylor Swift
featuring Keith Urban
Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Fearless (Taylor's Version) 2021 [32]
"White Christmas" (cover) Taylor Swift Irving Berlin Sounds of the Season 2007 [34]
"White Horse" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Fearless and Fearless (Taylor's Version) 2008 and 2021 [26]
"Wildest Dreams" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
1989 2014 and 2021 [11]
"Willow" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Aaron Dessner
Evermore 2020 [33]
"Wonderland" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
1989
(Deluxe edition)
2014 [11]
"You All Over Me" Taylor Swift
featuring Maren Morris
Taylor Swift
Scooter Carusoe
Fearless (Taylor's Version) 2021 [61]
"You Are in Love" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
1989
(Deluxe edition)
2014 [11]
"You Belong with Me" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Fearless and Fearless (Taylor's Version) 2008 and 2021 [26]
"You Need to Calm Down" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Joel Little
Lover 2019 [62]
"You're Not Sorry" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Indicates songs written solely by Taylor Swift Fearless and Fearless (Taylor's Version) 2008 and 2021 [26]

Unreleased songs[edit]

Contents
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Name of song, writers, and any other notes
Song Writer(s) Notes Ref.
"A Little More like You" Un­known
  • Revealed in the deluxe edition notes for Swift's seventh studio album Lover (2019)
  • Swift's diary entry from June 5, 2003, includes a mention of the song
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[63][64]
"Acting like a Boy" Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
[65]
"All Night Diner" Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[66]
"Am I Ready for Love" Celina Berman-Gray
  • Listed on Swift's website in 2002
[67]
"American Boy" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64][68]
"Angelina" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Revealed in the deluxe edition notes for Swift's seventh studio album Lover (2019)
  • Swift's diary entry from April 20, 2004, includes a mention of the song
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2004
[64][69][70]
"Baby Blue" Un­known
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64]
"Beautiful Days" Un­known
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64]
"Being with My Baby" Taylor Swift
Brett Beavers
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • An alternate title of the song is "Bein' with My Baby"
  • Recorded before the release of Swift's debut studio album Taylor Swift (2006)
[71][72]
"Better Off" Taylor Swift
Robert Ellis Orrall
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[73]
"Bother Me" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[74]
"Brand New World" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64][75]
"Brought Up That Way" Taylor Swift
Tammy Hyler
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[76]
"By the Way" Taylor Swift
Brett Beavers
Deric Ruttan
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[77]
"Can I Go with You" Taylor Swift
Greg McElrath
  • Listed on Swift's website in 2002
[67]
"Castles Crumbling" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Intended for Swift's third studio album Speak Now (2010)
[78][79]
"Check Out This View" Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[80]
"Closest to a Cowboy" Taylor Swift
Sharon Vaughn
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[81]
"Cross My Heart" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64][82]
"Dark Blue Tennessee" Taylor Swift
Robert Ellis Orrall
  • Produced by Orrall
  • The song was first recorded in 2004 for one of Swift's demo CDs, and was recorded again during recording sessions for Swift's second studio album Fearless (2008)
[72][79]
"Diary of Me" Un­known
  • Recorded before the release of Swift's debut studio album Taylor Swift (2006)
[72]
"Don't Hate Me for Loving You" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[83]
"Drama Queen" Taylor Swift
Martin Johnson
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[84]
"Fall Back on You" Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[85]
"Family" Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Oscar Holter
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[86]
"Fire" Un­known
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64]
"Foolish One" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[87]
"For You" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2004
  • An alternate title of the song is "4 U"
[64][88]
"Gail's Song" Un­known
  • Included on two of Swift's demo CDs from 2003 and 2004
[64]
"Go Slow" Un­known
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2004
[64]
"Gracie" Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[89]
"Half-Way to Texas" Un­known
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64]
"Heaven" Un­known
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2004
[64]
"Her" Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[90]
"His Lies" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[91]
"Honey Baby" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64][92]
"Houston Rodeo" Un­known
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64]
"I Can See You" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[93]
"I Don't Want to Lose Your Face" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2004
  • An alternate title of the song is "Your Face"
[64][94][95]
"I Used to Fly" Un­known
  • Revealed in the deluxe edition notes for Swift's seventh studio album Lover (2019)
  • Swift's diary entry from June 5, 2003, includes a mention of the song
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[63][64]
"I'd Lie" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Written by Swift at 16 years old for her high school talent show
  • The song was first recorded and subsequently leaked before Swift got a record deal with Big Machine Records, and was recorded again during recording sessions for Swift's second studio album Fearless (2008)
  • Swift performed the song multiple times in 2006 and 2007
[72][79][96][97]
"In My Monologue" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[98]
"In the Pouring Rain"[h] Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Included on two of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64][99]
"Just South of Knowing Why" Taylor Swift
Robert Ellis Orrall
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[100]
"Kid in the Crowd" Taylor Swift
  • Revealed in the deluxe edition notes for Swift's seventh studio album Lover (2019)
  • One of Swift's diary entries from March 2003 includes lyrics of the song
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64][101]
"Let's Go" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Leaked in November 2018
[79][102]
"Live for the Little Things" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64][103]
"Long Time Going" Taylor Swift
Brad Warren
Brett Warren
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[104]
"Look at You like That" Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[105]
"Love They Haven't Thought of Yet" Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[106]
"Love to Lose" Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[107]
"Lucky You" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Written by Swift at the age of 13
  • Swift performed the song in her 2020 documentary Miss Americana
  • The song is the first song Swift wrote
  • Included on two of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64][108][109][110]
"Made Up You" Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[111]
"Mandolin" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64][112]
"Mary Jo" Un­known
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64]
"Matches" Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[113]
"Me & Britney" Taylor Swift
Sharon Vaughn
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[114]
"Missing You" Un­known
  • Swift performed the song in 2007
[97]
"My Turn to Be Me" Un­known
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64]
"Need You Now" Taylor Swift
Robert Ellis Orrall
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[115]
"Never Fade" Un­known
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64]
"Never Mind" Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[116][117]
"None of the Above" Taylor Swift
Michael Heeney
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[118]
"Not One Day" Taylor Swift
  • Revealed in the deluxe edition notes for Swift's seventh studio album Lover (2019)
  • Swift's diary entry from June 5, 2003, includes a mention of the song
[63]
"One More Day" Un­known
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64]
"One-Sided Goodbye" Un­known
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64]
"Perfect Have I Loved" Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[119]
"Permanent Marker" Taylor Swift
Nicolas Brophy
Jennifer Hanson
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Swift performed the song multiple times in 2007
  • Intended for Swift's second studio album Fearless (2008), but ultimately scrapped in favor of "Forever & Always"
[79][97][120]
"Point of View" Un­known
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64]
"Pretty Words" Taylor Swift
Scooter Carusoe
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[121]
"Rain Song" Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Brian Maher
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[122]
"Revenge" Un­known
  • Recorded before the release of Swift's debut studio album Taylor Swift (2006)
[72]
"Ride On" Un­known
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64]
"Same Girl" Un­known
  • Revealed in the deluxe edition notes for Swift's seventh studio album Lover (2019)
  • Swift's diary entry from June 5, 2003, includes a mention of the song
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[63][64]
"Scream" Taylor Swift
Randy Cantor
Jodi Horovitz
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[123]
"Smokey Black Nights" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Revealed in the deluxe edition notes for Swift's seventh studio album Lover (2019)
  • Swift's diary entry from May 17, 2003, includes a mention of the song
  • The song was written on January 19, 2003
  • Swift performed the song in her 2020 documentary Miss Americana
  • Included on two of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[63][64][124][125]
"Someone Just Told Me" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[126]
"Someone Loves You" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Revealed in the deluxe edition notes for Swift's seventh studio album Lover (2019)
  • Swift's diary entry from February 14, 2004, includes a mention of the song
  • Intended for Swift's debut studio album Taylor Swift (2006)
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2004
[64][79][101][127]
"Spinning Around" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64][128]
"Stupid Boy" Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[129]
"Sugar" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64][130]
"Sweet Tea and God's Graces" Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Brian Maher
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[131]
"Tell Me"[i] Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[132]
"Tennessee" Un­known
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64]
"That's Life" Un­known
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64]
"Thinking 'Bout You" Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[133]
"Thirteen Blocks" Taylor Swift
Scooter Carusoe
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[134]
"This Here Guitar" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64][135]
"This Is Really Happening" Taylor Swift
Blu Sanders
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[136]
"This One's Different" Taylor Swift
Matthew Jenkins
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[137]
"Timeless" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[138]
"Today" Un­known
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2004
[64]
"Too Beautiful" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[139]
"Under My Head" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[140]
"Wait for Me" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Recorded before the release of Swift's debut studio album Taylor Swift (2006)
[72][141]
"Welcome Distraction" Taylor Swift
Brad Warren
Brett Warren
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Recorded before the release of Swift's debut studio album Taylor Swift (2006)
[72][142]
"What Do You Say?" Un­known
  • Included on Swift's demo CD from January 15, 2004
[64]
"What to Wear" Un­known
  • Recorded before the release of Swift's debut studio album Taylor Swift (2006)
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2004
[64][72]
"Who I've Always Been" Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Brian Maher
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
  • Recorded before the release of Swift's debut studio album Taylor Swift (2006)
[72][143]
"Wonderful Things" Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[144]
"You" Un­known
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2004
[64]
"You Do" Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[145]
"You Don't Have to Call"[j] Taylor Swift
  • Registered by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
[146]
"You Walk Away" Un­known
  • Included on one of Swift's demo CDs from 2003
[64]
"Your Picture" Un­known
  • Included on two of Swift's demo CDs from 2003 and 2004
[64]

Other songs[edit]

Name of song, writers, and any other notes
Song Writer(s) Notes Ref.
"Thug Story" Taylor Swift Parody of "Love Story", which Taylor performed with T-Pain for the CMT Music Awards in June 2009. [147]
"Monologue Song (La La La)" Taylor Swift Song Swift wrote as her monologue when she appeared as a host on Saturday Night Live in 2009. [148]
"Three Sad Virgins" Un­known Swift performed a parody rap song with Pete Davidson on Saturday Night Live in 2021. [149]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Swift's cover of Tom Petty's "American Girl" was released as a promotional single through Rhapsody in 2009, but was not included on any of her albums.[20]
  2. ^ The single version of "Bad Blood" is not featured on 1989's tracklist, but is credited as the fourth single from the album.[23]
  3. ^ Jack Ingram and Swift recorded a live acoustic cover of this song for his exclusive live EP for Rhapsody (now known as Napster). The original version appears on Ingram's album This Is It and features Sheryl Crow in the female role. Both Ingram and Swift were signed to Big Machine Records at the time.
  4. ^ "Look What You Made Me Do" includes an interpolation of "I'm Too Sexy", written by Fred Fairbrass, Richard Fairbrass, and Rob Manzoli, performed by Right Said Fred.[46]
  5. ^ "Lover" (Remix) is not included on the album Lover. Mendes wrote his own parts and is only credited as a writer and as a vocalist on the remixed version.
  6. ^ "Today was a Fairytale" was first released as a single from the soundtrack to the film Valentine's Day (2010), in which Swift starred.[55][56] The song was then re-released as an independent digital single in 2011.[57]
  7. ^ "Untouchable" is a cover of a song by American rock band Luna Halo—Swift's only cover on a studio album. The band members, who wrote the original, felt Swift's adjustments to the arrangement and melody of the song were significant enough to warrant a co-writing credit for her version.[60]
  8. ^ Not to be confused with "Sparks Fly"
  9. ^ Not to be confused with "Tell Me Why"
  10. ^ Not to be confused with "You're Not Sorry"

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