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Listen to a preview of Taylor Swift’s new song ‘Style’ (VIDEO)

Taylor Swift is sharing new songs off her album left and right this week, but you haven’t heard this one yet.

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Swift shared the link to her Target commercial on Tuesday, which previews a new song from her 1989 album called “Style.”
“You got the long hair slicked back, white T-shirt. And I got that good girl thing and a tight little skirt. And when we go crashing down we come back every time because we never go out of style, we never go out of style,” Taylor sings in the song.

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The album is set to be released on Monday, Oct. 27, and, as the commercial says, if you buy the album at Target, you get #moreTaylor. Lots more. The deluxe edition of the album will be sold in stores and feature three additional songs.

Swift even shared an extended look at the making of the commercial an hour after posting the official version for Target.

“I’ve been so inspired by being in New York because everything from what people are wearing on the street to the way they’re interacting with each other to a drive through the West Village at night and you see a couple kissing on the street or you see someone fighting outside their apartment or you see so much humanity on a daily basis that, even if you’re not inspired by your own life that day, you can be inspired by someone else’s life,” Swift explained in the behind-the-scenes look.

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Watch the full video included in Swift’s tweet below.
Swift has been doing tons to promote her new album. She even plans on having a release party at the The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Not that she needs to worry about the album’s success. Her single “Welcome to New York” is currently No. 1 on iTunes while the first track from the album “Shake It Off” is No. 2. We’re pretty sure the album is going to do just fine.

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