Taylor Swift gave an early Christmas gift to her fans with another re-recorded song. Swift released a re-recorded version of her holiday hit “Christmas Tree Farm”, Good Morning America reported. The new version features a 70-piece orchestra.
The song was inspired by Swift’s childhood, where she grew up on a Christmas tree farm in Pennsylvania.
Monday’s release came nearly two weeks after Swift released “Red (Taylor’s version)”, which ranked No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart dated Nov. 27, Billboard reported. Swift is the second woman with 10 or more No. 1s, behind only Barbra Streisand.
Swift has been re-releasing her music because of a dispute with her former record label involving the sale of the rights to her albums, the Associated Press previously reported. The singer released “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” earlier this year and followed that with “Red”. “Red (Taylor’s Version)” includes a 10-minute version of her hit song, “All Too Well” as well as new tracks.
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