List of songs recorded by Taylor Swift

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Swift performing in St. Louis during her 2013 The Red Tour

Since signing to Big Machine Records in 2005, American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift has recorded a number of songs for her five studio albums as well as contributing songs to film soundtracks and collaborating with other artists on their studio efforts. Her debut single, "Tim McGraw" was released in the summer of 2006, and her eponymous debut album Taylor Swift came out later that year. Subsequent singles from her debut, "Teardrops on My Guitar" (2007), "Our Song" (2007), "Picture to Burn" (2008), and "Should've Said No" (2008), all charted in the top 5 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, with "Our Song" and "Should've Said No" both reaching the top spot. While working on her next album, Swift released two EPs: Sounds of the Season: The Taylor Swift Holiday Collection (2007), and Beautiful Eyes (2008), which featured alternate versions of songs from Taylor Swift as well as two original songs she'd composed before that album's release. "I Heart ?" was released from the latter as Swift's first promotional single.

In 2008, Swift released "Change" as a promotional single from the AT&T Team USA Soundtrack supporting the US Olympic team. It debuted at No. 10 on the Billboard Hot 100,[1] her first top 10 single on that chart, and was her first release incorporating the pop rock elements that would become as prevalent in her repertoire as her signature country pop. Her second album, Fearless (2008) was an international success, topping all-genre album charts in the US,[2] Canada,[3] and New Zealand;[4] winning Grammy Awards for Album of the Year and Best Country Album;[5] and becoming the most-awarded album in the history of country music. The album's lead single, "Love Story", was a critical and commercial success that affirmed Swift's staying power in the industry. It became one of the best-selling singles of all time, peaked at No. 4 on the Hot 100, and topped Billboard′s Adult Contemporary (AC), Country, and Pop charts. Fearless produced four other successful singles: "White Horse" (2008), "You Belong with Me" (2009) which topped the Country and AC charts and surpassed "Love Story"'s Hot 100 peak by reaching No. 2, "Fifteen" (2009), and "Fearless" (2010). During this time, Swift also wrote and recorded "Crazier" for the soundtrack to Hannah Montana: The Movie, and had two songs featured on the Valentine's Day soundtrack (in which film Swift made her feature film acting debut): "Jump Then Fall" from the Platinum Edition of Fearless, as well as a previously-unreleased song titled "Today Was a Fairytale" (2010) which served as a promotional single from the soundtrack, and was then re-released in 2011 as a digital single. "Today Was a Fairytale" was Swift's highest Hot 100 debut at No. 2, as well as her first Canadian No. 1 single.[6]

Swift released her third studio album, Speak Now, in 2010, on which she penned every track without co-writers.[7] All fourteen songs on the album and the three bonus tracks have charted on the US Billboard Hot 100; eleven of them charted concurrently, making Swift just the third artist in history and first female artist to have over ten concurrent Hot 100 hits. Speak Now is also the only album in history to spawn seventeen Hot 100 hits. It produced four top ten, seven top twenty, and nine top thirty hits.[8] All six of the singles released from Speak Now - "Mine" (2010), "Back to December" (2010), "Mean" (2011), "The Story of Us" (2011), "Sparks Fly" (2011), "Ours" (2011) - were hits. The last two topped the Hot Country chart, while "Mean" earned her a Grammy each for Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Song (since she is both performer and songwriter).[9] As part of the promotion for the Speak Now World Tour, a live album was produced featuring recorded concert performances of her Speak Now songs and a few live covers. Speak Now: World Tour Live was released in November 2011; the following year, a new version of "Long Live" was released as a single from the Brazilian edition,[10] with additional verses written and performed by Paula Fernandes. Over the next year, Swift (co-)wrote and recorded two songs for The Hunger Games soundtrack: "Safe & Sound" with folk duo The Civil Wars, which was released as a promotional single in 2011, and "Eyes Open", which served as the soundtrack's lead (and only) official single in 2012.

The lead single for Swift's fourth studio album, "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together", became Swift's first No. 1 on the Hot 100, and also topped the Hot Country chart due to a new methodology introduced by Billboard in 2012 that benefits songs with crossover appeal.[11] It also broke the record previously held by Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" as the fastest-selling single in digital history[12] and reached the top of the iTunes charts in thirty-two countries.[13] After releasing four promotional singles as part of a countdown to the album ("State of Grace" being the only which was not later re-issued as an official single), Red arrived in full October 22, 2012. Subsequent singles included "Begin Again" (2012) and "Red" (2013) [for country radio], and "I Knew You Were Trouble" (2012), "22" (2013), "Everything Has Changed" featuring Ed Sheeran (2013), and "The Last Time" featuring Gary Lightbody (2013) [for mainstream/Top 40 radio]. As with Speak Now before it, every track from Red charted on a Billboard chart, though not all of them reached the Hot 100. Swift also co-wrote and recorded "Sweeter Than Fiction" for the film One Chance, which was released in October 2013 as the lead single from the film's soundtrack.[14]

Though not a frequent collaborator, Swift is featured on the following songs appearing on other artists' albums: "Two Is Better Than One" (2009) with Boys Like Girls on Love Drunk, "Half of My Heart" (2010) with John Mayer on Battle Studies, "Both of Us" (2012) with B.o.B on Strange Clouds, and "Highway Don't Care" (2013) with Tim McGraw on Two Lanes of Freedom. Swift has also recorded two songs in support of charity: "Breathless" on the 2010 Hope for Haiti Now album, and a charity single entitled "Ronan" for the Stand up to Cancer telethon in 2012, from which all proceeds went to support cancer charities.[15]

Songs[edit]

Key
Song released as a single Indicates single release
Song released as a promotional single Indicates promotional single release
List of songs recorded by Taylor Swift
Song Artist(s) Writer(s) Original release Year Ref.
"22" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Red 2012 [16]
"All Too Well" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Red 2012 [16]
"All You Had to Do Was Stay" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
1989 2014 [17]
"American Girl"(Cover) double-dagger Taylor Swift Tom Petty N/A1 2009 [18]
"Back to December" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [19]
"Bad Blood" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
1989 2014 [17]
"Beautiful Eyes" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Beautiful Eyes 2008 [20]
"Begin Again" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Red 2012 [16]
"The Best Day" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Fearless 2008 [21]
"Best Days of Your Life" dagger Kellie Pickler2 Kellie Pickler
Taylor Swift
Kellie Pickler 2008 [22]
"Bette Davis Eyes" (Live) (Cover) Taylor Swift Donna Weiss
Jackie DeShannon
Speak Now: World Tour Live 2011 [23]
"Better than Revenge" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [19]
"Blank Space" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
1989 2014 [17]
"Both of Us" dagger B.o.B
feat. Taylor Swift
Bobby Ray Simmons, Jr.
Ammar Malik
Lukasz Gottwald
Henry Walter
Taylor Swift
Strange Clouds 2012 [24]
"Breathe" double-dagger Taylor Swift
feat. Colbie Caillat
Taylor Swift
Colbie Caillat
Fearless 2008 [21]
"Breathless" Taylor Swift Kevin Griffin Hope for Haiti Now 2010 [25]
"Change" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift AT&T Team USA Soundtrack3 2008 [21]
"Christmas Must Be Something More" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Sounds of the Season 2007 [26]
"Christmases When You Were Mine" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Nathan Chapman
Sounds of the Season 2007 [26]
"Clean" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Imogen Heap
1989 2014 [17]
"Cold as You" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Taylor Swift 2006 [27]
"Come Back... Be Here" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Dan Wilson
Red 2012 [16]
"Come in with the Rain" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Fearless
(Platinum edition)
2009 [21]
"Crazier" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Robert Ellis Orrall
Hannah Montana: The Movie 2009 [28]
"Dear John" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [19]
"Drops of Jupiter" (Live) (Cover) Taylor Swift Charlie Colin
Rob Hotchkiss
Jimmy Stafford
Pat Monahan
Scott Underwood
Speak Now: World Tour Live 2011 [23]
"Enchanted" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [19]
"Everything Has Changed" dagger Taylor Swift
feat. Ed Sheeran
Taylor Swift
Ed Sheeran
Red 2012 [16]
"Eyes Open" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift The Hunger Games 2012 [29]
"Fearless" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Hillary Lindsey
Fearless 2008 [21]
"Fifteen" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Fearless 2008 [21]
"Forever & Always" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Fearless 2008 [21]
"Forever & Always" (Piano version) Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Fearless
(Platinum edition)
2009 [21]
"Girl at Home" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Red 2012 [16]
"Half of My Heart" dagger John Mayer
feat. Taylor Swift
John Mayer Battle Studies 2009 [30]
"Haunted" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [19]
"Hey Stephen" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Fearless 2008 [21]
"Highway Don't Care" dagger Tim McGraw
and Taylor Swift
Mark Irwin
Josh Kear
Brad Warren
Brett Warren
Two Lanes of Freedom 2013 [31]
"Holy Ground" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Red 2012 [16]
"How You Get the Girl" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
1989 2014 [17]
"I Almost Do" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Red 2012 [16]
"I Heart ?" double-dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Beautiful Eyes 2008 [20]
"I Knew You Were Trouble" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Red 2012 [16]
"I Know Places" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Ryan Tedder
1989 2014 [17]
"I Want You Back" (Live) Taylor Swift Freddie Perren
Deke Richards
Berry Gordy, Jr.
Alphonso Mizell
Speak Now: World Tour Live 2011 [23]
"I Wish You Would" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
1989 2014 [17]
"I'm Only Me When I'm with You" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Robert Ellis Orrall
Angelo Petraglia
Taylor Swift Deluxe Edition 2007 [27]
"If This Was a Movie" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Martin Johnson
Speak Now 2010 [19]
"Innocent" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [19]
"Invisible" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Robert Ellis Orrall
Taylor Swift Deluxe Edition 2007 [27]
"Jump Then Fall" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Fearless
(Platinum edition)
2009 [21]
"Last Christmas" Taylor Swift George Michael Sounds of the Season 2007 [26]
"Last Kiss" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [19]
"The Last Time" dagger Taylor Swift
feat. Gary Lightbody of Snow Patrol
Taylor Swift
Gary Lightbody
Jacknife Lee
Red 2012 [16]
"Long Live"4 Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [19]
"Long Live"4
(Single version)
dagger
Taylor Swift
feat. Paula Fernandes
Taylor Swift
Paula Fernandes
Speak Now: World Tour Live 2012 [23]
"Love Story" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Fearless 2008 [21]
"The Lucky One" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Red 2012 [16]
"Mary's Song (Oh My My My)" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Brian Maher
Taylor Swift 2006 [27]
"Mine" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [19]
"Mean" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [19]
"The Moment I Knew" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Red 2012 [16]
"Never Grow Up" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [19]
"New Romantics" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
1989 2014 [17]
"The Other Side of the Door" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Fearless
(Platinum edition)
2009 [21]
"Our Song" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Taylor Swift 2006 [27]
"Ours" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Speak Now5 2010 [19]
"Out of the Woods" double-dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
1989 2014 [17]
"The Outside" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Taylor Swift 2006 [27]
"A Perfectly Good Heart" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
James
Verges
Taylor Swift Deluxe Edition 2007 [27]
"Picture to Burn" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Taylor Swift 2006 [27]
"A Place in This World" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Robert Ellis Orrall
Angelo Petraglia
Taylor Swift 2006 [27]
"Red" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Red 2012 [16]
"Ronan" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Maya Thompson6
N/A6 2012 [32]
"Sad Beautiful Tragic" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Red 2012 [16]
"Safe & Sound" dagger Taylor Swift
feat. The Civil Wars
Taylor Swift
Joy Williams
John Paul White
T-Bone Burnett
The Hunger Games 2011 [29]
"Santa Baby" Taylor Swift Joan Javits
Philip Springer
Tony Springer
Sounds of the Season 2007 [26]
"Shake It Off" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
1989 2014 [17]
"Should've Said No" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Taylor Swift 2006 [27]
"Silent Night" Taylor Swift Josef Mohr
Franz Xaver Gruber
Sounds of the Season 2007 [26]
"Sparks Fly" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [19]
"Speak Now" double-dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [19]
"Starlight" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Red 2012 [16]
"State of Grace" double-dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Red 2012 [16]
"Stay Beautiful" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Taylor Swift 2006 [27]
"Stay Stay Stay" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Red 2012 [16]
"The Story of Us" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [19]
"Style" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Ali Payami
1989 2014 [17]
"Superman" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Speak Now 2010 [19]
"SuperStar" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Fearless
(Platinum edition)
2009 [21]
"Sweeter Than Fiction" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
One Chance Soundtrack 2013 [14]
"Teardrops on My Guitar" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Taylor Swift 2006 [27]
"Tell Me Why" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Fearless 2008 [21]
"This Love" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift 1989 2014 [17]
"Tied Together with a Smile" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Taylor Swift 2006 [27]
"Tim McGraw" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Taylor Swift 2006 [27]
"Today Was a Fairytale" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Valentine's Day7 2010 [33]
"Treacherous" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Dan Wilson
Red 2012 [16]
"Two is Better Than One" dagger Boys Like Girls
feat. Taylor Swift
Martin Johnson Love Drunk 2009 [34]
"Umbrella" (Live) (Cover) Taylor Swift Christopher "Tricky" Stewart
Terius "Dream" Nash
Thaddis Harrell
Shawn Carter
iTunes Live from SoHo 2008 [35]
"Untouchable" Taylor Swift Cary Barlowe
Nathan Barlowe
Tommy Lee James
Taylor Swift8
Fearless
(Platinum edition)
2009 [21]
"The Way I Loved You" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
John Rich
Fearless 2008 [21]
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
Red 2012 [16]
"Welcome to New York" double-dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Ryan Tedder
1989 2014 [17]
"White Christmas" Taylor Swift Irving Berlin Sounds of the Season 2007 [26]
"White Horse" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Fearless 2008 [21]
"Wildest Dreams" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
1989 2014 [17]
"Wonderland" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Max Martin
Shellback
1989 2014 [17]
"You Are in Love" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Jack Antonoff
1989 2014 [17]
"You Belong with Me" dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Liz Rose
Fearless 2008 [21]
"You're Not Sorry" double-dagger Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Fearless 2008 [21]

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.[18]
  2. ^ Swift provided background vocals on "Best Days of Your Life", but is not credited as a featured artist on the official track listing.
  3. ^ "Change" was included on the track listing for Fearless, but was originally released as promotional single from the AT&T Team USA Soundtrack in support of the United States Olympic team. Its release as a single was neither affiliated with nor directly in support of Fearless.
  4. ^ Two versions of the song "Long Live" exist. The first was issued as a track on Speak Now in 2010. A re-worked version including new verses written and recorded by Brazilian recording artist Paula Fernandes was included on the Brazilian version of Speak Now: World Tour Live and released as a single from the same.
  5. ^ "Ours" is featured as a bonus track on the Deluxe Edition of Speak Now, and is, as of June 2014, her only single release from a studio album which is not available on the standard edition of its affiliated album.
  6. ^ Taylor Swift wrote the song "Ronan" based on the blog of Maya Thompson, whose son Ronan died in 2011 of neuroblastoma;[36] Thompson is officially credited as a co-writer due to Swift's lyrics being derived from her blog. Swift performed "Ronan" at the Stand Up to Cancer telethon in September 2012, and the song was released as a digital single shortly after the broadcast, with all proceeds being donated to cancer charities.[15]
  7. ^ "Today was a Fairytale" was first released as a single from the soundtrack to the film Valentine's Day, which Swift starred in. The song was then re-released as an independent digital single in 2011.[37]
  8. ^ "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.[38]

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