5 Taylor Swift Vault Songs Fans Hope to See on 'Fearless (Taylor's Version)'

Longtime Swifties know what to expect from Taylor Swift's upcoming "vault" releases. Along with the April 9 release of Fearless (Taylor's Version), the artist will debut a handful of previously unreleased songs, the first being "You All Over Me (From The Vault)," which will be released as a single on Friday.

Swift announced the release on her Twitter account Wednesday and also revealed country star Maren Morris would contribute to background vocals on the song.

HI. I wanted to let you know that the first “From the Vault” song I’m releasing from Fearless (Taylor’s Version) comes out tomorrow at midnight eastern. It’s called You All Over Me (From The Vault). pic.twitter.com/0GdNXHvPM0

— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) March 24, 2021

There's a lot of pressure on Swift over which tracks to re-record, given that many of them surfaced on YouTube back into the 2010s and longtime Swift fans already know the words to most, if not all of the potential release candidates.

It's possible Swift will release versions of the following songs that are completely different from the way she originally recorded them. "You All Over Me" was produced by Aaron Dessner, Swift revealed, a member of The National who co-created Evermore and Folklore. It seems possible Swift put a new spin on the old song.

Countless conversations about which vault tracks Swift will include on Fearless (Taylor's Version) are all over the internet already. So we thought we'd chime in with the five vault tracks we're particularly hopeful about.

Here are five Swift tracks we've been listening to on YouTube for over 10 years, each with a special place in our hearts.

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Taylor Swift performs at Madison Square Garden on August 27, 2009, in New York City. Along with the April 9 release of Fearless (Taylor's Version), Swift will debut a handful of previously unreleased songs. Theo Wargo/WireImage for New York Post/Getty Images

"Permanent Marker"

One Swift song up for consideration is this country/pop bop about your new boyfriend's ex-girlfriend. It's not really an attack on the woman, but it questions how she had the nerve to leave such a mark on the boy's heart. Mostly, it's just a song we love to sing along to.

There's evidence that points to "Permanent Marker" making the cut for Fearless (Taylor's Version.) In 2007, Swift performed the song live and stated it would be on her upcoming album (Fearless, released in 2008.) Obviously, the song didn't make the final cut.

"I'd Lie"

One of the most popular vault songs, which every Swiftie knows, is "I'd Lie"—a "You Belong With Me" counterpart that is about unrequited love. Obviously, Swift knows this love interest better than anyone else, but would she admit it? Nope. She'd lie. If Swift introduced a full recording of "I'd Lie," Swifties would probably lose their minds.

"Dark Blue Tennessee"

Another Swift vault track could well appear on Fearless (Taylor's Version), and it seems likely, given that the song is no longer readily accessible on YouTube. "Dark Blue Tennessee" has been so popular karaoke tracks of the song are circling the internet. But what was once a quick YouTube search now leads to dead ends, leading to rumors that Swift has removed it ahead of her own release.

But if you want to listen to the track, you'll only find lyrics and a Spanish-language version in YouTube's top search results.

"I Heart Question Mark"

Wake up and smell the breakup, Swifties. One of Swift's (debatably) most powerful, young love breakup songs never got a proper release, and Swift's fans are hoping she will to add it to the vault collection. This song was everything heartbroken teens needed, and it could serve the same purpose for adults.

"Lucky You"

Given when it was written, it's hard to predict if "Lucky You" will make an appearance on Fearless (Taylor's Version). Swift reportedly wrote the song when she was 12 years old. It seems likely "Lucky You" would appear alongside her debut album re-release instead. Regardless, a release of "Lucky You" would be special for listeners who have loved Swift since the first days of her career.