Taylor Swift Drops 'Out of the Woods' - Listen Now!

Taylor Swift Drops 'Out of the Woods' - Listen Now!

Taylor Swift just dropped her brand new song “Out of the Woods” and you can listen to it now!

The song will be featured on the 24-year-old singer’s upcoming album 1989 and it was just released on iTunes.

“#3HoursTilOutOfTheWoods #1989 PS: these forest shots have all just been pics I took while hiking,” Taylor wrote on Instagram before the song dropped.

“This was a relationship where I was kind of, living day to day, wondering where it was going, if it was going to go anywhere, if it was going to end the next day,” Taylor said about the song. “It was a relationship where you, kind of, never feel like you’re standing on solid ground.”

WHAT DO YOU THINK of Taylor Swift’s new song “Out of the Woods”?

Listen to a clip right here and hear the whole song on iTunes:

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Click inside to read the lyrics for the song…

Looking at it now
It all seems so simple
We were lying on your couch
I remember
You took a Polaroid of us
Then discovered
The rest of the world was black and white
But we were in screaming color
And I remember thinking…

Are we out of the woods yet?
Are we out of the woods yet?
Are we out of the woods yet?
Are we out of the woods?
Are we in the clear yet?
Are we in the clear yet?
Are we in the clear yet?
In the clear yet, good.
Are we out of the woods yet?
Are we out of the woods yet?
Are we out of the woods yet?
Are we out of the woods?
Are we in the clear yet?
Are we in the clear yet?
Are we in the clear yet?
In the clear yet, good.

Are we out of the woods?

Looking at it now
Last December, we were built to fall apart
Then fall back together
Your necklace hanging from my neck
The night we couldn’t quite forget
When we decided
To move the furniture so we could dance
Baby, like we stood a chance
Two paper airplanes flying, flying…
And I remember thinking

Chorus

Remember when you hit the brakes too soon
Twenty stitches in a hospital room
When you started crying
Baby, I did too
But when the sun came up
I was looking at you
Remember when we couldn’t take the heat
I walked out, I said “I’m setting you free”
But the monsters turned out to be just trees
When the sun came up
You were looking at me.

You were looking at me… Oh
You were looking at me.
I remember.
Oh, I remember..

Chorus

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  • mazapán

    La amo ?? gracias por subirla :)

  • Blaine

    It doesn’t make any difference who the song is about. You can go all the way back to the 60s–say, most memorably, the Beatle’s Norwegian Wood or Bob Dylan’s Like a Rolling Stone. Do we know who those songs are about anymore? No? Does it make any difference? No, the music is the thing. Well songwriters ever since have written personal songs, but it’s the MUSIC that’s important. This is a great song, with Taylor able to use new sounds to add to the emotion of the lyrics. This one expresses her feelings of anxiety, edginess, doubts running round her head, an intense but uncertain relationship lived day to day. You who wonder who it’s about, or criticize because it’s about a short relationship. Forget all that and just listen to the song. I think she accomplished what she set out to do, use new sounds to better express her feelings and lyrics. I honestly think she’s into creating music inspired from life, like a lot of other songwriters. If there are some who are all into who it’s about, or criticize her for writing about someone they think it’s about–I think she’s just into expressing herself. I read someone who said–we celebrate poets who write about their lives, but critize the songwriter. No, this is a fine song. Well done.

  • http://Justjared Jan

    Yup, another winner! She sure knows how to write music. Each song tops the last one. Good work Taylor!

  • http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/6281680/taylor-swift-out-of-the-woods-jack-antonoff Jim

    I just read a piece about the song’s co-writer Jack Antonoff. From the article, I get the impression that the song was not about an ex of Taylor’s, but rather an idea that Swift and Antonoff came up with together. But the celebrity rags are so desperate to turn every Taylor Swift song into an ex-boyfriend song, that they will reach for any straw they can find.

    http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/6281680/taylor-swift-out-of-the-woods-jack-antonoff