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Taylor Swift Might Not Have a New Album But She's Got a New Song

This track she wrote for Little Big Town has her country vibe all over it!
IMAGE Taylor Swift | instagram.com/taylorswift

Taylor Swift may have changed her style from country music to a more modern pop kind of tune, but it seems like she hasn't forgotten her roots since we can still see the old Taylor written all over the song "Better Man" by Little Big Town. After all, she wrote it! 

In a press conference, Little Big Town's singer, Karen Fairshild, said that Tay sent them the song, "and it was very special to her." The decision to keep the credits private for a while is because of Tay's words where she says, "That's the greatest honor as a songwriter that you could ever give me is that you don't want anyone to know I wrote it." The band knew that they would tell the credits eventually, saying that "it was a hard question to dodge for a while."

"The only reason we didn't say is because we wanted for you to hear it for what it's worth, and it's a beautiful song." —Little Big Town

After the big reveal, Taylor posted this on Instagram, wishing the band good luck for their performance at the CMA Awards.

Who do you think this song is about? Tell us in the comments!

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