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Here's a list of all known songs Taylor’s written: (not including ones that aren’t confirmed, joke songs, jingles etc. or songs she sings but didn't write) and everything known about each one. (212 total) I’ve also added info like which of the unreleased songs and demos are in circulation, leaked, never before heard etc. to help those trying to find them. I also list which songs and versions I have (I have everything in circulation and a few more and know people with many more so I can confirm most unreleased songs or demos with just a clip or lyric) so other traders know in case they want to trade. I trade and don’t share or leak. My youtube channels are Teddyiscute & Fearlyssme if you want to watch my videos.

Key: •= I've heard it *= available in PQ (perfect CD quality) For released songs, it refers to the demo. = I haven't heard it and don't know much about it. Black = not rare (Either released or leaked. Readily available online) Brown = in circulation (a little bit harder to find online but not by much as there’s many people who have them) Navy = Out of circulation (Extremely rare but have been heard by a very very small group of people outside the music industry. Not available whatsoever online and it’s very hard to find anyone who’s heard them.)  Red = Never before heard by any fan, only by those in the industry if they were even recorded at all. The titles are often the only thing known about them. These may or may not end up getting released or leaked in the future but currently no one’s found them so if you’ve heard any of them or have any info on any of them even if it isn’t listed or just have anything to add to the list in general please contact me! I’d love to hear more about them, discover new ones, debunk any fakes, or even trade you!

Unreleased (2002-2019 - 158 currently listed):

Acting Like a Boy (Swift/Rose) ?

*It's also been registered ttb song registered as Aching like a boy but Acting like a boy is the actual title. All the info I have on it came from Steve (former owner of Dark blue Tennessee), this is his description of it: Taylor starts this demo in a unique way by stating the song title. The boy Taylor has been dating has been sending her mixed signals.  He has been playing a little game, acting like he doesn't care, and picking fights with her.  Taylor is not going to put up with this forever.  She is going to slip through his hands soon and he won't find her anymore.  This song has a very pretty chorus melody.


All of the girls (Swift) ?

Steve's description: 1st of 2 songs dropped from the Lover album. Starting out with a catchy drum loop and then keyboard, Taylor begins by singing about how she and the man she loves had parallel past lives. Previous relationships they were each in did not go well. However, the stars aligned and their lives intertwined. Instead of despising the girls that her man dated previously, Taylor is thankful for them. Those girls have made him the person he is today and resulted in them now being together. My favorite line in the song is: "A heart is drawn around your name in someone's handwriting not mine". This song more than any other I've heard shows off Taylor's incredible vocal range. At the end of the bridge, her vocals soar impressively high.

A little more like you (Swift) ?

One of sixteen new (old) titles discovered in November 2018 when photos of some previously unseen demo CDs from owned by Robert Orrall (a frequent co-writer of Taylor's early music both released and unreleased) were posted on instagram by music industry insider Brian Mansfield. All that's known about them is that they were written from 2002-2004 as indicated on the CDs. They may be on CDs but they're so rare even he hasn't heard them! lol    

All Night Diner (Swift/Rose) •

An acoustic song where she reflects on what it would be like if she wasn't with her boyfriend. She'd be a lonely stranger in an all night diner. She was probably 15 when she wrote this (so I'm assuming it's about her first boyfriend) although she sounds young I think.

American Boy (Swift) •*

An early song featured on it's own demo CD as well as her Volume two demo CD issued in 2003. It leaked years ago along with the the others on her first Demo CDs. It's about a boy (who I'm assuming she made up) living the American dream. She even mentions a street similar to the one she actually lived on at the time. haha

Angelina (Swift) •

Acoustic, written about a girl who is very different from her and who might've been dating a guy she liked when she was probably 13 and still lived in Pennsylvania.

Anymore (Swift) ? 

Steve's description: Taylor is having trouble singing, sleeping, and moving her body after being pushed away by the boy she loves.  When he walked out the door, it left Taylor with broken wings, but she doesn't hate him or hold bad feelings toward him over it.  In the chorus of this song, Taylor draws out the notes in a way that is enchanting and takes you away to another place.

Baby Blue (Swift) ?

One of sixteen new (old) titles discovered in November 2018 when photos of some previously unseen demo CDs from owned by Robert Orrall (a frequent co-writer of Taylor's early music both released and unreleased) were posted on instagram by music industry insider Brian Mansfield. All that's known about them is that they were written from 2002-2004 as indicated on the CDs. 

Beautiful day (Swift) ?

A song she wrote when she lived in Pennsylvania when she was probably 12 or 13 about her two friends who were dating. I found out about it from an article that said she was singing it in an old home video (I posted it in scans) and I thought that was so cute. It was also included on an old demo CD including 15 other mostly unheard songs that was discovered to exist in mid/late 2018 however unfortunately the only two people who I know of that own a copy (one being Bob Orall one of her early co-writers) aren't willing to sell it or share the songs. I don't know anything else about it as it's not a song any fans have really heard but I'm hoping that if it never leaks that it's in one of the home videos we have of her that don't have sound or that the video will be at least be released in some TV special or something (hopefully with sound) now that I know that there's a video of her singing it!

Being With My Baby (Swift/Beavers) • *

There are two versions, both acoustic but one was done in a studio (although I think they both were) so it's referred to as studio. The acoustic one sounds a little more rough and is more often found online than the studio version. They are both in circulation. She also sold it to Australian country singer Shea Fisher who released a version of it on her album Shea. Only the acoustic version (not the acoustic in a studio) is available in PQ. It's about how nothing's quite like being with her baby. I think she was about 14 or 15 when she wrote it so she may not have even had a boyfriend yet at the time and it might not be about actual experience or could maybe be about her first boyfriend but it's cute either way.

Better Off (Swift/Orrall) •

A studio song about wanting to date a guy that her friends didn't approve of. I think it could be about the same guy she wrote Picture to burn about (who she never officially dated) and was probably written in 2005.

Bother Me (Swift) ?

It's more recent than most of the others, probably a Speak now cut. I don't know anything else about it though as it is so rare and I've never heard of anyone who has it or even knows anything about it.

Boys and love (Swift/Burke-Green) ?

It's more recent than others, probably a Speak now cut (I'm assuming it was cut because it has a co-writer) and although it doesn't say she wrote it on her BMI list, it says she's a performer and that there’s an unknown co-writer as well and the title sounds like something she’d write (those are the two things she even said once that she wrote the album about. As per usual) so I think it could be legitimate. I’m not sure though because although the co-writer has other famous writing credits others have said he’s lied about some writing credits on the past and like most songwriters who aren’t famous he’s hard to find online so I don’t know for sure one way or the other. I don't know anything else about this song though because it's one that I don't think anyone's ever heard.

Brand New World (Swift) •

An acoustic song written when she was 12 or 13 about how she's living in a brand new world because she's living just a day at a time and someday she's gonna fly.

Break burn inhale (Swift/Tramaine)? *Unconfirmed if it’s legitimate but she is listed as a creator on it

A collab with a rapper called T Pizi (aka Playboy Tramaine). I have no idea who that is lol or when exactly it was written (I found it in 2015 but I heard it was first found in 2014), just when it was registered and that she supposedly performs on it/maybe co-wrote it but I’ve never really heard of him so I’m unsure if it’s just someone hoping she’ll sing on his song.

Broken hearts (Swift/Adele)

A collab with Adele found on July 2nd 2021 on CISAC where Adele is signed.  No idea when it was written (maybe when they met during the Rep tour?) or if/when it might get released (I think it could’ve been for Adele’s long awaited next album but idk) but I do 100% believe it’s legitimate given that the only writers on it are two very famous artists so I’m excited to hopefully someday hear it! Maybe it being registered is a good sign!

Brought Up That Way (Swift/Hyler) •

There are three known versions of this song. The popular leaked studio version, the acoustic version (which is exclusive property of Sony and not in circulation), and the duet version which is also not in circulation. It's about a girl named Emily who was raised by her single father after her mother died when she was young. I believe she wrote it about Emily Harding, a girl she went to school with who died in a boating accident in 2005, although I don't believe she knew her (as Emily was a few years older than her) so I'm assuming the storyline (aside from her mom dying and being raised by her dad) is made up. She even changed it from a boating accident and had her live in the end, similar to the happy ending she gave to Romeo and Juliet in Love story.

By the Way (Swift / Beavers/Ruttan) •

An acoustic song about seeing an ex for the first time in a while out with another girl. Still not sure which ex that was but I'm thinking either her first boyfriend or the guy she almost dated who inspired Picture to burn. May or may not have been sold to singer Jordan Shellheart. I don't think it was but she covered it once.

Can I Go With You (Swift/McElrath) •

One of the first songs she ever wrote about a young girl wishing she could go with her father when he goes off to war. I'm not sure why she'd write a song like that seeing as her dad was never in the army but on her old website it credited her with co-writing it. It was on her demo CD (the newer version with the songs she wrote on it. I'm not sure that it's available in PQ though as it was a low quality home made CD and I've never found a PQ version. So it may just be available in HQ as seems to be the case with one of the versions of Lucky you) and is still available off her website for download if you go to the internet archives and go back to late 2002.

Castles Crumbling (Swift) ?

It's somewhat more recent than others; again, probably a Speak now cut. Still one of her rarest though, so not much more is known about it since no one that I know of has ever heard it. To me though, it sounds like it would be sad.

Check Out This View (Swift/Rose) •

An acoustic song about wishing her boyfriend could see what she sees when she looks at him. She was probably 15 when she wrote it which makes me think it's about her first boyfriend but I don't know.

Closest To a Cowboy (Swift/Vaughn) •

An acoustic song about a cowboy she dated and how he broke her heart so now snap buttons on a denim shirt is the closest you'll see her to a cowboy. She was 14 when she wrote it though, so she wasn't actually dating yet and therefore must've just made the story up.

Cross My Heart (Swift) •

An acoustic song she wrote when she was 12 or 13 about wishing for a relationship with someone.

Dark Blue Tennessee (Swift / Orrall) •*

A song about the heartbreak of two people who are too proud to say they still miss each other. A Fearless cut. This popular song was written around late 2007 and has since leaked. There are two versions; studio and piano. They're very similar but I believe only the studio one leaked. It's hard to tell but they are definitely both in circulation. It was even featured on it's own demo CD in March 2008 so they're both available in PQ. I'm not sure if it's about people she knew or just something she made up but I'm leaning towards the later and I think she came really close to releasing it (it was on a list of songs she was planning on putting on Fearless as of late 2007) and probably decided not to maybe in favor of White horse since they decided to use it on Grey's anatomy but maybe earlier, I don't know.

Diary of Me (Brophy/J. Vassar) •* ~Just found out Taylor didn’t write this but I’m leaving it up anyway! ~

A studio song she recorded when she was 15 that’s about a girl just being herself. Anyone who’s going to date her or even be her friend should know that what they see is what they get. She's like an open book.

Didn't They (Swift) •

Written about the 9/11 terrorist attacks when she was probably 12. It's acoustic and probably one of her earliest songs. I'm assuming since she wasn't writing songs yet when she was 11, she wrote it a year later when she was 12 probably just looking back on it but she also could've taken the poem she wrote about it when it happened and turned it into a song once she started writing songs months later. I'm not sure but I think probably the first one as it makes more sense to me but she did write a poem about it when it happened.

Don't Hate Me For Loving You (Swift) •

An acoustic song about fighting with the people you love. She sounds young like she was maybe 12 or 13 when she wrote it. It's common and in circulation.

Down Came the Rain (Swift/Ruttan) •

She co-wrote it but doesn't sing it, her co-writer Derric Ruttan does although it's still told from her point of view. It's in circulation, acoustic, and it's about a relationship ending and how heartbreaking it is seeing them with someone else. It's like an emotional thunderstorm where there's nothing but rain pouring down on you. She wrote it when she was probably 15 and I'm pretty sure it's about the same guy as By the way seeing as they both have similar themes and were written with the same co-writer.

Drama Queen (Swift/Johnson) ?

It's somewhat more recent than most of the others; probably a Speak now cut. She wrote it with Martin Johnson, the lead singer of Boys like girls. It's extremely rare though. I don't think anyone has it so it's therefore out of circulation so I don't really know anything else about it but it was first discovered on one of her song lists in June or July 2009 I believe so it was written sometime before that but it's unknown exactly when it was written as she's known Martin since late 2007 and started writing with him sometime after that, in 2008 I believe. It was rumored that they dated around that time but I think they were just friends since she kept writing with him at least up until 2009 as they wrote not only this song together but also You'll always find your way back home, Two is better than one and If this was a movie. Based on the title and  the time period it seems to have been written in it makes me think it could be about Camilla Belle but that's just a random guess. I have no idea and I don't know of anyone who does.

Fall Back On You (Swift) •

An acoustic song about a guy she keeps falling back on and he keeps falling back on her. She sounds about 15 in it but I don't know who it's about because I don't know of any on again, off again relationships that she had at the time but I don't know, maybe it's made up or was written about someone else.

Family (Swift/Martin/Shellback/Holter) ?

A song found on a German registry list in May 2018 that given the co-writers and registration number (it has the same co-writers as Dancing with our hands tied and was registered directly after it so it was most likely written, recorded and registered at the same time) was written in late 2016 or early 2017. If the story from the secret sesioners that she wrote Dancing with our hands tied in January 2017 is true then one could assume Family was written then too maybe about her feelings on starting a Family, how someone you're in a long-term relationship with or even your friends can start to feel like family or maybe even the importance of Family to her even more so now that her mom has cancer. No one outside of the music industry likely knows as no fan has heard this song but either way, it seems to be a Reputation cut.

Fire (Swift) ?

One of sixteen new (old) titles discovered in November 2018 when photos of some previously unseen demo CDs from owned by Robert Orrall (a frequent co-writer of Taylor's early music both released and unreleased) were posted on instagram by music industry insider Brian Mansfield. All that's known about them is that they were written from 2002-2004 as indicated on the CDs. 

Firefly (Swift / Harrington / Pierce) •*

An old acoustic song written about a firefly, or maybe a guy that she compares to one. She was 14 I think when she wrote it because I found out it was actually put on a demo CD that year, meaning it's probably available in PQ but I've yet to find that version of it.

Foolish One (Swift) ?

There is no known info on this song, it's out of circulation and no one has it.

For You (Swift) •

Written about thanking someone who has always been there for her. Featured on her Volume two demo CD that she gave out (with a volume one I'm assuming) in 2003.

Gail's Song (Swift) ?

One of sixteen new (old) titles discovered in November 2018 when photos of some previously unseen demo CDs from owned by Robert Orrall (a frequent co-writer of Taylor's early music both released and unreleased) were posted on instagram by music industry insider Brian Mansfield. All that's known about them is that they were written from 2002-2004 as indicated on the CDs.

Go slow (Swift) ?

One of sixteen new (old) titles discovered in November 2018 when photos of some previously unseen demo CDs from owned by Robert Orrall (a frequent co-writer of Taylor's early music both released and unreleased) were posted on instagram by music industry insider Brian Mansfield. All that's known about them is that they were written from 2002-2004 as indicated on the CDs.


Goodbye Butterfly (A) ?  

Steve's description: Taylor reflects back on her ex who used to sing songs to her while they sat in his old white Jeep.  But she wants to stop thinking about him and remember what he did when he left her behind, which caused her to stand there with tears in her eyes and say goodbye to love.  My favorite part of this song is where it describes Taylor as driving down the interstate, trying to pull back her hair while it flies around everywhere.

Gracie (Swift / Rose) •

An acoustic song written about a little girl named Gracie Johnson who has cancer. She met her on a plane in early 2005. For the privacy of her and her family, it shouldn't be spread online but the good news is Gracie has been in remission for years and is still alive today at 14. She even kept in touch with Taylor at least through 2007 (I have a picture of them together from that year) and she was talking to her on her 18th birthday in the beginning of the Beautiful eyes music video.

Half-way to Texas (Swift) ?

One of sixteen new (old) titles discovered in November 2018 when photos of some previously unseen demo CDs from owned by Robert Orrall (a frequent co-writer of Taylor's early music both released and unreleased) were posted on instagram by music industry insider Brian Mansfield. All that's known about them is that they were written from 2002-2004 as indicated on the CDs.

Heaven (Swift) ?

One of sixteen new (old) titles discovered in November 2018 when photos of some previously unseen demo CDs from owned by Robert Orrall (a frequent co-writer of Taylor's early music both released and unreleased) were posted on instagram by music industry insider Brian Mansfield. All that's known about them is that they were written from 2002-2004 as indicated on the CDs. 

Her (Swift/Rose)

Similar in theme to Teardrops on my guitar, the storyline is much the same, revolving around a conversation that is quickly getting old with Taylor. I don’t think it’s about the same girl though, I actually think it’s about the girl from Permanent marker. It has lots of details are included about the girl's physical appearance (which don't match up with the girl from TDOMG along with the fact that the girl left him before he met Taylor, like the girl in Permanent marker did), personality, where she came from, activities she enjoys, and her future potential.  It's a rough acoustic demo with lots of worktape banter. It ends with Taylor giving up on the song before writing the last verse. lol It is still out of circulation right now but I now have it and it may start to spread soon.

His Lies (Swift) ?

Another song I know nothing about. No one has it (that I know of anyway) and it's out of circulation.

Honey Baby (Swift) •*

A cute little acoustic song about her liking a guy and wanting to date him back when she was 12 or 13. It's on her Volume two demo CD.

Houston Rodeo (Swift) ?

One of sixteen new (old) titles discovered in November 2018 when photos of some previously unseen demo CDs from owned by Robert Orrall (a frequent co-writer of Taylor's early music both released and unreleased) were posted on instagram by music industry insider Brian Mansfield. All that's known about them is that they were written from 2002-2004 as indicated on the CDs.

I bet you think of me (Swift/Mkenna) ?

An unreleased song that was discovered in October 2011 on one of her lists. I assume it was a Red cut. Other than that all I know is Steve's description of it: Taylor shares the contrasts between her life growing up and that of the boy she loves.  He grew up in a silver spoon gated community and she was raised on a farm.  Despite them being in love, reality set in and he realized they were too different to stay together forever.  This is perhaps the most valuable and rare unreleased song in our collection.  The chord progression and vocal melodies are incredibly beautiful throughout.  The vocal lines tend to play over and over in my head long after listening to the song.

I Can See You (Swift) ?

This song is one of the rarest and is out of circulation. I've never heard it and I don't know anybody who has so I have no idea what it's about.

I'd Lie (Swift) •

About a guy named Grant Wood that she was friends with and had a crush on in10th grade. I found this out by reading her old myspace comments to her friends and realizing that she wrote one about not knowing he could play guitar and then I looked further into it and realized that not only can he secretly play guitar (and she's not the only person who didn't know so that line makes a lot of sense haha) but he does in fact have a sister (who is in fact beautiful) and his mom was an English teacher at their high school just like Taylor said so although I don't know his birthday (which I can only assume is the 17th lol) or what his dad's eyes look like (although I have seen a picture of him wearing green haha), I'm still pretty certain the song is about him. She played it at her school talent show in 2006 (with him there!) shortly before leaving school (she wrote it in March and performed it either later in March or in April) and it became a fan favorite although it was cut from Taylor Swift and Fearless and will probably never be released due to the fact that it was a bonus download for those who bought her first album during it's first week at Best Buy.

I Know What I Want (Swift) •

A song about a guy she discovered wasn't her type. I'm pretty sure it's about the guy she wrote Picture to burn about who she almost dated as well as many other unreleased songs of hers. 

I'm Looking Out For You (Swift) (I have the lyrics) ?

I've seen the lyrics and I think it's about Gracie who she wrote the song Gracie about. It's kind of old, I believe it was a fearless cut. (by the way, the lyrics are in an old picture from her room taken in late 2007) Despite the fact that the lyrics are readily available to the public, it's still extremely rare. In fact, not only have I never heard of anyone hearing it but I don't even know if she ever recorded it.

In the Pouring Rain (Swift) • *

An old acoustic song about how the pouring rain changes everything. It was featured on her Volume two CD (from 2003) but came into circulation before a lot of the other songs on the CD. This was also the case with American boy, For you, Honey baby and Live for the little things. All the others (although there were short clips of three of the songs in TV documentaries made about her) leaked a year or two later.

It's still you (Swift/Monroe) ?

A newly registered song that was just found on one of her registered songs lists (February 2020) although as with other songs that were discovered that way it may not be new despite it's new registration number as it was written with Ashley Monroe who is a country artist. Nothing else is known about it yet and no one outside the industry has heard it but here's to hoping it's eventually found like Pretty words was! 

I Used to Fly (Swift) •*

An acoustic song she wrote when she was 12 or 13 about how sad she would get sometimes and remembering how she used to fly when she was happy.

I Wished On a Plane (Swift/Laird) •

An acoustic song about thinking she must've accidentally wished on a plane thinking it was a star after a relationship she was in didn't work out. She was probably 14 or 15 when it was written so it's likely made up but still a cute regardless.

Just South of Knowing Why (Swift/Orrall) •

A studio song about a girl (not her I'm assuming as she couldn't drive yet at the time so I guess it's just about a girl she knew or made up) who just wanted to forget her troubles and drive all night, just south of knowing why. I think she wrote it when she was 14.

Kid in the Crowd (Swift) ?

Written about seeing a Lee Ann Rhymes concert when she was I think 8. She said in 2005 (on the day she signed her record deal since that was the day she was interviewed for an issue Searay living magazine that came out in 2006) that the idea behind it was that for ever big star out there there's a kid in the crowd who wants to make it big and become famous like them. Some lyrics include "I remember the eyes of the kid in the crowd who cut me down to size realizing for crying out loud for every kid on stage there's a kid in the crowd" and "Once a piece, they're really complete, but that little girl, that little girl was me." Nothing is really known about it other than that as it is out of circulation and extremely rare. I've never heard it and only know of two people who have as they happen to own a copy of the extremely rare demo CD it's on. I don't even think it was registered like most of her other songs are. I only know about it because it was mentioned it in that article (and now some lyrics because she she talked about it in one of her Lover deluxe diary entries and confirmed it was the song she was singing in one of those Speak now tour DVD clips too that I once thought may have been Someone loves you). She was 13 when she wrote it and said it was one of the first songs she'd ever written.

Let's Go (Swift)

A Speak Now demo that leaked in November 2018. Thought to be called Battle when lyrics to it leaked on a random twitter account in 2015 but has since been confirmed to almost certainly be a song that's been known since 2010 called Let's go as those words are repeated just as often if not even more so in the song and Let's go is a registered song of hers whereas one called Battle has never been found. It's possible it was an alternate title though and that's why the person on twitter who was supposedly someone in the music industry who's leaked lyrics before may have confused the title. She also may have just guessed though as she clearly seems to have done with the time period it was written in claiming it was a 1989 cut when you can tell by listening it to that it was written and recorded pre-Red. Just another reason it fits the description of Let's go which was registered in 2009. Steve also has contacts who may have confirmed this 100%, I'm not sure. Anyway, here's Steve's description of it until I have time to write my own: Taylor was in a relationship that has completely deteriorated.  She has been taking blows and shots by someone who has broken a promise. The person was not who she thought they were and now she's in the ring with her gloves off ready to stand up for herself and do battle.

Live For the Little Things (Swift) •*

Written when she was 12 or 13 about living for the little things in life like quiet winters and leaves that always fall. It's one of the songs on her Volume two demo CD that was already in circulation before most of the CD leaked.

Long Time Going (aka Long time coming - Swift/Warren bros.) •

A song about a relationship ending and how she should've known because she was young and naive and it was a long time coming. This song is commonly known as Long time coming but it was discovered that the song's actual title is Long time going as it was found on one of her lists with that title and co-writers which we didn't know it had.

Look At You Like That (Swift/Rose)

An acoustic song about a guy who broke up with her and tried to tell her not to look at him like that. I think it was written about her first boyfriend in 2005 but it's hard to tell with her unreleased songs as she doesn't talk about them or give us secret messages for them and you never know when they may have been written although for the most part the unreleased songs of hers that we've heard are Taylor Swift cuts or songs she wrote even earlier than that ranging from 2002-2005. There's very few unreleased songs we've heard that were written later than that (like seriously maybe two) and those are Fearless cuts. To my knowledge no fans have heard any cuts from any of her other albums, only heard of them. But even just knowing the approximate time range of when of her unreleased songs was written (based on how old her voice sounds and when it was put on a demo CD if it's on one) helps me figure out who they might be about as well as comparing them to other songs and knowing the co-writers. The only downside is we never get any type of official confirmation like we do (pretty much since even though she never says they're names we know who she's talking about by the way she describes the song) with her released songs.

Love They Haven't Thought Of Yet (Swift) •

An acoustic song about wanting to have love they haven't thought of yet. Although lately I've been thinking it sounds like she's saying Love they haven't thought up yet and that that might be the actual title but when a song isn't talked about or listed and isn't on a demo CD, we don't really know the title for sure and are kind of just guessing what it is based on the lyrics and are sometimes wrong as we can often be about weather or not there's a co-writer and who/what the songs might be about. There's a lot of unknowns with songs that are unreleased.

Love To Lose (Swift/Rose) •

An acoustic song about ending a relationship that wasn't much love to lose. I think it may be about the same guy she almost dated in 2005 that she wrote Picture to burn about because it has many lyrical similarities to Cold as you which I also always thought was about him as well as other unreleased songs of hers that reference both Picture to burn and Cold as you in their lyrics in more obvious ways.

Lucky You (Swift) •* (I have both versions)

The first song she ever wrote. It's about a girl who dares to be different. It was on her demo CD so I'm pretty sure it's available in PQ, or at least it seems one version is. There are two versions both have been leaked for years although one probably more than the other. You can tell the difference because one sounds like it has more instruments in it (I think that one is the more popular version. Commonly known as the Mr. Mig mix although I believe he mixed both versions) and one of them is a little longer.

Made Up You (Swift/Rose)

An acoustic song about a guy being even better than she could've ever imagined. I think it was written in 2005 about her first boyfriend like many of her other unreleased songs. It's one of my favorites because I can really relate to it.

Making Up For Lost Love (Swift) •

A piano based studio song about two people who are making up for lost love. I think it was written in 2005 and possibly about her first boyfriend although I don't know. Lyrics from it are featured on one of her old tour shirts along with some lyrics from songs on her first album which makes me think it was a Taylor Swift cut.

Mandolin (Swift) •*

Written about a guy who plays Mandolin at Angelina's family bar and grill. Written when she was 12 or 13 and featured on her Volume two demo CD from 2003.

Mary Jo (Swift) ?

One of sixteen new (old) titles discovered in November 2018 when photos of some previously unseen demo CDs from owned by Robert Orrall (a frequent co-writer of Taylor's early music both released and unreleased) were posted on instagram by music industry insider Brian Mansfield. All that's known about them is that they were written from 2002-2004 as indicated on the CDs. 

Matches (Swift/Rose) •

I think this one is about the same guy as Picture to burn because of the obvious thematic similarities. It's about her putting all her energy into a relationship and then finally realizing that they're just a liar and a cheater and not the type of guy worth dating. When love hands her matches now, she's gonna burn it down.

Me and Britney (Swift/Vaughn)

Written about her best friend in Pennsylvania Britany Maack. It talks about her and her childhood friend Britany doing everything together until they went their separate ways after Britany moved and how even after everything they still stay friends and always will even when they're old. In the song Britany who moves to Memphis to be with a boy and become a movie star instead of Taylor moving to Nashville to become a singer but in real life Britany didn't move or want to be famous so I think she made that story up especially considering she was probably too young at the time to have run off with a boy. haha Also, she changed the spelling of her name (or at least I think she did but maybe we're just assuming the song title is spelled that way?) and I'm not really sure why that is but it's obvious it's still about her because they were really close growing up (she mentioned her in the thank you note of her first album calling her her first best friend) and her name is Britany. They've reunited a few times since then, and they're actually still friends and have been hanging out more often lately like when she took her to the 2014 Grammy's as her date. I think it's the same situation with Abigail where they used to be close and although they don't get to see each other as much anymore, they're still friends and they hang out with each other every once in a while. A clip of it aired on 60 minutes which showed her playing it at the Bluebird cafe where she got discovered in 2004 (although it's a Sony song and she didn't sign with them until 2005 but maybe she just never recorded it with RCA so Sony got the rights to it?) but she sounds so young that I think she might've written it the year before (when she was 13) like maybe when she was first planning to move to Nashville but before she actually did. I know it used to stream off of her website at some point because I found links to it on the internet archives. They don't work though.

Mr. Perfectly Fine (Swift) ?

Another song that was listed in red on DBT as it is very rare and no one has heard it or knows anything about it. I think it has an interesting title though. It makes me think that she wrote it about being with a guy who wasn't necessarily Mr. Right but was perfectly fine as Mr. Right now. That's just a guess though. 

My Cure (Swift) • (I have both versions)

Written about being so in love with someone that you would do anything to keep them in your life. I think it was written in 2005 about her first boyfriend. It's one of my favorites (the acoustic version especially) because I can really relate to it. There are two versions, an acoustic and a studio. They each have different lyrics. She is more confident and less desperate sounding in the studio than in the acoustic. I have both; they're both in circulation. Another interesting fact about this song is that in the studio version the guitar in one part sounds like the guitar in one part of Long live which is just one of many examples of how she re-uses things in her music like guitar chords, banjo chords, lyrics etc. which isn't necessarily a good or a bad thing, just something I noticed that she does. 

My Turn to Be Me (Swift) •*

Written about being bullied in middle school when she w as 12 or 13. It's an acoustic song (all of the songs on Volume two were although they were all recorded in a studio) featured on her Volume two demo CD.

Nashville (Swift) ?

Written about all her favorite things about her favorite place. It's a Sony song and it's not in circulation so I've never heard it. It's actually probably the rarest song on here that I know of anyone actually hearing.

Need (Swift) ? 

 

Need You Now (Swift/Orrall) •*

Written about being totally over a guy and not needing him anymore. Written in 2004 or 2005 I think but I'm not sure who it's about.There is only one known version. It's studio and it's in circulation.

Never Fade (Swift) •*

A song off her Volume two CD that's about a friend who she is worried about and doesn't want to fade away. Written when she was 12 or 13. Like most of her earlier songs though, I don't know if the story is true.

Never Mind (Swift/Rose) • (I have both studio versions)

The first song she ever wrote with Liz Rose when she was 14. It's about liking a guy but never telling him for fear he won't feel the same way and she'll loose him as a friend but considering the time period it was written in I don't know who it could be about. There are three versions of it (acoustic, country studio and pop studio) but only the studio ones are in circulation. Those are the only versions I've heard.

None of the above (Swift/Heeney) ?

I found this song on one of her lists in October 2015 but have now confirmed what I originally suspected which is that it's old (written around 2006 it would seem) given that it was written with a country songwriter, Micheal Heeney.

Nothin' new (Swift) ?

Written in late February/early March 2012 and found in her Lover deluxe journal entries. According to her it's about about being scared of aging and things changing and losing what you have. Some lyrics include: "I'm getting older and less sure about what you like about me anyway." and "How can a person know everything at 18 and nothing at 22? And will you still love me...when I'm nothin' new?"

Not one day (Swift) ?

Another song title that was discovered in Taylor's old diary entries featured in one of the Lover deluxe booklets. Sadly nothing other than the the title and the day it was written (June 5th 2003; after seeing her grandmother in the hospital for what was probably the last time, I don't know if that's related) is known about it. 

One more day (Swift) ?

One of sixteen new (old) titles discovered in November 2018 when photos of some previously unseen demo CDs from owned by Robert Orrall (a frequent co-writer of Taylor's early music both released and unreleased) were posted on instagram by music industry insider Brian Mansfield. All that's known about them is that they were written from 2002-2004 as indicated on the CDs.

One-sided goodbye (Swift) ?

One of sixteen new (old) titles discovered in November 2018 when photos of some previously unseen demo CDs from owned by Robert Orrall (a frequent co-writer of Taylor's early music both released and unreleased) were posted on instagram by music industry insider Brian Mansfield. All that's known about them is that they were written from 2002-2004 as indicated on the CDs. 

One Thing (Swift/Rose) •

A Fearless cut. Written about a guy she thought would never leave her in 2005 I think or maybe 2006. I think it sounds like it was written about her first boyfriend but I don't know.

Perfect Have I Loved (Swift/Rose) •

A song about a summer romance that she hoped would last for ever but if it didn't at least she'd know that perfect had she loved. I think it was written in 2005 about her first boyfriend or maybe that guy she almost dated but there's no way to know for sure. It's acoustic and in circulation.

Permanent Marker (Swift/Hanson/Brophy) •*

As she says it's about having a boyfriend who has an ex girlfriend who doesn't know she's an ex girlfriend. A Fearless and possible Taylor Swift cut (written in 2005 I believe but maybe 2006. It's hard to read what it says on the demo CD) that she has since sold to a young singer named Mary Sarah although she didn't end up releasing it either. Live versions from 2007 with added lyrics have become very popular. It was before these many live performances that she explained what it was about and said she was going to put it on her second album (Fearless) so I think she was seriously considering releasing it until shortly before the album was released when she either decided it didn't fit the theme or opted for newer songs she liked better instead although not Forever and always as she said she just added it onto the album last minute without taking any songs off.

Point of View (Swift) •*

Written when she was 12 or 13 about life and how everyone's got a different point of view. Also off of her Volume two demo CD and in circulation.

Pretty Words (Swift/Carusoe)

Another song no fans have heard, I found it in early 2019 on the same German registry list as I found Family on and it has a newer registration number. At first I thought it might not be real because I'd never heard of the co-writer Travis Hill and nothing was coming up when I googled him. However I later realized Travis Hill was Scooter Carusoe's real name! He's a big country songwriter who she wrote Thirteen blocks and You all over me with! This makes me think that while it's probably as beautiful as it sounds it's unfortunately also probably pretty old (2005/2006 most likely) and will never get released (the newer registration number makes me think he just waited to register it for whatever reason) but I did manage to get a hold of one of the three versions Steve has. (like Her, it may start spreading now) I think his description is pretty accurate: Someone is trying to impress Taylor and win her over with smooth talk and pretty words.  She is like a stone that he is trying to chip away at.  He claims to be all that she will ever need and says he can help her make sense of everything.  But she's not a stupid girl who goes chasing pretty words.  (Note: Taylor co-wrote this song but does not sing vocals on the demo.)

R-E-V-E-N-G-E (Swift/Bogard/Stover)Written about getting revenge on a guy. I think it was written about the same guy as Picture to burn. The song mentions getting revenge by going out with his best friend the way that Picture to burn does. And it was written back in 2005 so no, it's not about Harry Styles like people thought when the clip leaked. lol

Rain Song (Swift/Rose/Maher) •

A song about missing someone and still being in love with them after breaking up. I guess it's called that because she's sad and lonely like it's raining in her life. There's only one version; it's acoustic and in circulation. I think it may be about her first boyfriend but I'm not sure.

Ride on (Swift) ?

One of sixteen new (old) titles discovered in November 2018 when photos of some previously unseen demo CDs from owned by Robert Orrall (a frequent co-writer of Taylor's early music both released and unreleased) were posted on instagram by music industry insider Brian Mansfield. All that's known about them is that they were written from 2002-2004 as indicated on the CDs.

Same Girl (Swift) •*

Written when she was 12 or 13 about how she'll always be the same girl. Another song that leaked into the trading world a little more recently than others from her Volume two demo CD.

Scream (Swift/Cantor/Marr) ?

I don't know anything about this song because I've never heard of anyone having it. It's out of circulation.

Smokey Black Nights (Swift) •* (I have both versions)

One of the first songs she ever wrote when she was 12. It's about her time spent at the Jersey shore as a kid and she wrote it while on vacation there in the summer of 2002. There is a second version with an echo but a lot of people just don't know about it or care about havibecause the difference from the original is so subtle.

Someone Just Told Me (Swift) ?

I don't know much about this song as it was one of the ones listed in red that no one has but it sounds like it could be about finding out her boyfriend is cheating on her or something equally upsetting that someone wouldn't want her to know. I really have no idea though.

Someone Loves You (Swift) ?

I have never heard this song, it's extremely rare (I've only ever heard of a few people who claim to have it, even Steve doesn't) so itr's out of circulation with very few people having it if anyone at all outside the industry. It's *possible* someone who was a fan before she was famous could have it though as you could stream it on her website from September 2003 to September 2004 (which also happens to be the exact time frame that she was with RCA, although that may be coincidental) and you can also still find download links to it through the internet archives although they don't work. I tried. :/ So sadly no way has been discovered to listen to it but she did mention it in one of the Lover deluxe diary entries from when she was 13 or 14 saying it was about how even if you don't feel like it, someone out there somewhere loves you. She wrote it on Valentine's day because she was lonely since she felt like everyone else had someone to celebrate with while she was still single. lol

Songs About You (Swift/Buxton/Shaw) •*

She wrote this with Sarah Buxton when she was 14 and it's streaming off Sarah's myspace where you can buy it. It's about how she wrote songs about a guy (although she wasn't dating yet at the time) until she was over him. It is available in PQ but that version is rare and there are a lot of fakes. Also, it was the first song she ever performed at the Bluebird cafe during an open mic night there before she did the show that got her discovered.

Spinning Around (Swift) (I have full and clips)•*

A Volume two song that was made popular by a clip of it that aired on TV (her Journey to Fearless Special and her E special I believe before that). It's about liking a guy but feeling like she's invisible to him and loving him has got her cornered, all tied up and spinning around! She wrote it when she was 13 and performed it live at least once (there's a clip of that too). I heard she actually won her school's talent competition (Wyo idol) with it. 

Stupid Boy (Swift/Rose) •

A song about a boy who was stupid to use her and treat her the way he did. She sounds very angry and even swears. The song is acoustic and in circulation. I think it's about the guy she almost dated in 2005 who inspired Picture to burn and a lot of her unreleased songs it seems.

Subway song (Swift) ?

She once wrote a song about Subway because she liked their sandwiches so much. lol I'm not sure what the actual title is or if it was even an actual real song that really needs to be listed here and not just a joke like Thug story, Monologue song, Red shirts kahki pants etc. which I decided not to list but she wrote it anyway and it's not as commonly known as her other joke songs so I listed it. Unfortunately though, as far as I know, no one's ever come across the home video she sang it in (unless of course it's one of the clips we have that don't have any sound. That would be really hard to tell although I've tried to).

Sugar (Swift) •* 

A song she wrote at 12 or 13 about a couple (fictional, I'm assuming) who are very different but have a real life love story type of relationship because he's really sweet to her and calls her Sugar. It's off of her Volume two CD, acoustic (as all the songs off the CD are) and is in circulation.

Sweet Tea & God's Graces (Swift/Rose/Maher) • *

A song about enjoying life's simple pleasures and just sitting in the grass watching clouds pass with a guy you like getting by on nothing but sweet tea and God's graces. Both the acoustic and studio are in circulation but only the acoustic is available in PQ.

Tell Me (Swift / Rose) •

A song written about a guy breaking up with her suddenly just when thing seemed perfect and wondering why wanting him to tell her what it was he wanted from her. Both the acoustic and studio are in circulation. Not sure if it's about her first boyfriend or the guy she almost dated but either way it seems like it was written in 2005.

Ten Dollars and a Six-Pack (Swift / Rose / Maher) •

Written about a guy who ended up not being what she thought. I think this one was written about the same guy as Picture to burn as well. If it is, then it would've been written in 2005. There is an acoustic and studio version although the studio version is just acoustic in a studio so the only difference is that the studio version isn't as rough and is more clear and has a few slightly different lyrics that are barely noticeable. They're both in circulation. 

Tennessee (Swift) •*

Written when she was 12 or 13 about wanting to live in Tennessee. It's an acoustic song from her Volume two demo CD (from 2003) that is in circulation.

That's Life (Swift) •*

Written about how some things just happen that you can't explain but that's life. Another acoustic song she wrote when she was 12 or 13 off her Volume two CD which is in circulation.

That's When (Swift/Warren Bros.)

A Sony song that has leaked into circulation. It's about a guy who won't commit to her and keeps kind of dangling her on a rope and she just keeps letting him back into her life over and over again. I'm not sure who it's about or if she just made it up or something but it doesn't sound like anything that happened with any of her boyfriends as far as I know. At least not before Jake Gyllenhaal but this was written about 5 years before that. haha She does actually sing it despite what I once heard.

The reason why (Swift/Harris)

I just discovered this on one of her registered song lists. It's another song that she wrote with Calvin Harris that Rhianna sings on. I don't know if she or Calvin sing on it at all or when it was written but I found it on December 8th 2016 and it wasn't there last time I checked that site only maybe a month before so it was registered super recently. I know it seems unlikely that she'd release a song written with him or vice versa but often when a song is registered out of nowhere it means it's either been released or is being considered for release. She's more secretive now about where she registers newly-written unreleased songs it seems. Anyway the only other thing I know about it is that it's 3:43.   

Thinkin' Bout You (Swift/Rose/Wright) •

A piano demo written about not being able to function or even think strait when you have a crush on someone. She can't walk or talk straight and she's walking into chairs because all she can think about is him. I think she was probably 14 or 15 when she wrote it but I'm not entirely sure who it's about. It's in circulation.

Thirteen Blocks (Swift/Carusoe) •

A song written about deciding what to do in a failing relationship and only having thirteen blocks to make up your mind. This may have been written in 2005 after her first breakup but also could've been written in 2004 and made up, I don't know. It's studio and in circulation.

This Here Guitar (Swift) (I have it in full and a clip) •*

Written when she was 12 or 13 about buying a guitar. I think it was probably her second one because her first one was a gift and a 6-string I believe but she picked out her first 12-string which I think is the one she's referring to in this song but I don't know, she doesn't say. It was featured on Volume two and therefore is acoustic and is in circulation.

This Is Really Happening (Swift/Sanders) •

There is a studio and acoustic version of this song (although they both have the same vocals) but I've only heard the studio version because the acoustic is not only out of circulation but also a Sony song. She sold it to country singer Bittani Hoover who released her own version. It's about a guy who's so great she can't believe their relationship is really even happening. I think it was probably written about her first boyfriend when she was 15.

This One's Different (Swift/Jenkins) ?

Another song no one's ever really heard. I don't know anything about it or anyone who does but it sounds like it's about being in a relationship that's different than all the others before it. This is what Steve of Dark blue Tennessee said about it:  The singer reflects back on how there can be really bad days and nights where it seems like everything goes wrong.  But things can change for the better in a single moment when we meet the perfect person.  The story in this song culminates in a romantic proposal and wedding.  This song is unique because Taylor only sings background vocals and the story is told from the boy's perspective.

Til Brad Pitt Comes Along (Swift/Lindsey/Mayo) (I have it in full and a live clip) •

This is also a Sony song, however it leaked before all the others and is in circulation and no longer illegal to own. It's about being in a relationship with a guy who she loves so much that it would take Brad Pitt to leave him. It was written in 2005 (and I can only assume about her first boyfriend) which is when she performed it in the live clip that was aired on TV. I think she may have just been by herself in the clip though and not in front of an audience. 

Timeless (Swift) ?

I don't know anything about this song since I don't know of anyone who's heard it.

Too Beautiful (Swift) ?

Again, I have no info whatsoever on this song. I've never heard it nor has anyone else that I know of.

Under My Head (Swift)

A really cute acoustic song about falling head over heels for someone. She was 14 or 15 when she wrote it so I bet it was about her first boyfriend and I really like it.

Unknown (Swift/Adams)

Ryan Adams said in September 2015 that he wrote a song with Taylor back when she was writing for Red that she never released. I don't know anything about it or whether it has any chance of getting released in the future but it exists anyway. 

Unknown (Swift/Beiber) ?

She wrote a song on August 26th 2011 with Justin Beiber, I assume when they filmed her Punk'd episode. I don't know what it's called, what it's about or which one of their albums it was written for but it will probably never get released sadly. All I know is that Selena Gomez really liked it and said it was a duet and kind of acoustic sounding which sounds really nice. Although I'm not a fan of his I really wish one of them would release it or it would leak so we can hear it! haha

Unknown (Swift/Foster) ?

Taylor had lunch with Mark Foster from Foster the people in mid May 2012 and they wrote a song together. I'm pretty sure they did anyway and I think that was confirmed but I don't remember so sorry if I end up being wrong but I believe they did in fact write together for Red although the song didn't make it onto the album.

Unknown (Swift/McAnally) ?

I'm not sure if I spelled his name right but I heard she wrote with him so they must have at least one unreleased song that they wrote together before spring 2005 when she signed with Sony because that's when the article that mentioned it came out.. 

Unknown (Swift/Martin/Shellback) ?

When Taylor got the idea for We are never ever getting back together she said they were in the middle of recording another song. She said she couldn't really remember what it was about but she thinks it was a happy lovey-dovey song about liking someone or something like that. lol I'm sure there's others she's written with them at this point that didn't make it onto any of her albums but since I don't know of any other specific songs I won't list them and if I find any more out that I don't know the title of I can just add them to this one to save space.

Unknown (Swift/Sheeran) (3) ?

She wrote three other songs with Ed (that we know of anyway, there could be more and probably are), two around the same time they wrote Everything has changed in May 2012 and one sometime between mid 2014 and mid 2015 (most likely early 2015) for his album. One of the 2012 ones got recorded (and he has it on his ipod) and the other one didn't. It's unknown if the 2015 song got recorded but it did get registered under the title "Ally test song" which I can only assume is a code name. I thought this was End Game at first but later realized it had a different, much older registration number, Future wasn't listed as a co-writer on it and was owned by the UK rather than the US. I noticed this when I found it registered in August 2017 so I assumed it wouldn’t be released by her if at all due to it’s age and was surprised when it was announced there would be a song with Ed on Reputation assuming it must’ve been the same song until I noticed the registration numbers were in fact different as End Game wasn’t written until mid July 2017 as Ed confirmed.

Unknown (Swift/T-Pain) ?

T-Pain said in 2011 or 2012 that he and Taylor had written together again. I don't have any other details about that but I assume it wasn't a joke song like Thug story. lol 

Unknown (Swift/Warren) ?

Dianne Warren confirmed at the 2014 Grammys that she wrote a song with Taylor for 1989. The only thing I know about the song anyway aside from that fact is that it was written in 2013 (I assume since this interview was done so early in 2014 by which point she’d finished most of the album) and that Dianne said it was a good song which doesn't tell me anything really. lol

Unknown (Swift/Weisman) ?

When Taylor did a surprise performance with Craig Weisman at the Bluebird cafe on April 1st 2018 they revealed that she brought Love story to a writing session with him but he didn't want to write it with her so she finished it by herself and they wrote a different song with him instead. I assume this was in early 2008 but it could've been as early as late 2007.

Wait For Me (Swift)

A song (which is a Sony song but is in circulation) about being in a relationship but liking another guy and just hoping he'll wait for you. It's pretty but it's got kind of an immature concept. haha I'm not quite sure who it's about but maybe her first boyfriend and the guy she almost dated like if she was with her boyfriend and wanted to be with the other guy who she didn't end up dating. I don't know but I can't imagine who else it would be about.

Welcome Distraction (Swift/Warren Bros.) ?

Another Sony song. It's in circulation and is about a guy who she really likes who she tries to fight her feelings for at first but then realizes it's no use and he's a welcome distraction to her life that she wasn't looking for but now embraces. Now that I've heard it I really like it which I wasn't expecting! It's really catchy and country sounding and I like the music! Also, she sings it! I heard once that she didn't sing either Welcome distraction or That's when and I now know that's not true which I am happy about. Also, it's worth noting that I can tell it's about the same guy as Under my head, You do and possibly Made up you which I think is her first boyfriend Drew.

What Do You Say (Swift/Orrall/Petraglia) •*

A song about liking someone who you think likes you too but they're taking it really slow and you just want to be like "Hey, what do you say?" It's studio, very country and in circulation. I have no idea who she wrote it about but I'm pretty sure it was written in 2004 because it was put on a demo CD that year with a place in this world, A perfectly good heart and I'm only me when I'm with you.

What to Wear (Swift) •*

Written about getting ready for a first date (although I don't think she was dating yet at the time she wrote it). I think it's funny that she mentions wearing an Abercrombie T-shirt as she modeled for them right around the time she wrote it (2004) and I believe even sang it when she performed at their launch party and probably even gave out the demo CDs she made with that song as well as others she performed there like Beautiful eyes and I heart ? on it that featured the picture of her from the Abercrombie and Fitch catalog on them.

Who I've Always Been (Swift/Rose/Maher) •

Written about another girl in high school (I'm assuming but maybe 8th grade) who was trying to become a singer but in a very different way. There is both an acoustic and studio version of this song however I've only heard the studio as the acoustic is out of circulation.

Wildflower (Swift/Beavers):

A song found on the SAGE and SAIE song registry websites in May 2021. It was written with Brett Beavers who she wrote By the way and Being with my baby with.

Wonderful Things (Swift) ?

Not much is known about this song since no one's really heard it.

You (Swift) ?

One of sixteen new (old) titles discovered in November 2018 when photos of some previously unseen demo CDs from owned by Robert Orrall (a frequent co-writer of Taylor's early music both released and unreleased) were posted on instagram by music industry insider Brian Mansfield. All that's known about them is that they were written from 2002-2004 as indicated on the CDs. 

You All Over Me (Swift/Carusoe)

Started surfacing in 2015 and leaked in 2017 after fans have neen waiting to hear it since it was first listed on Dark blue Tennessee in 2010, this is honestly probably my favorite unreleased song of hers! It's so beautiful and seems to have been written/recorded around 2005/2006 but some of the lyrics remind me of Clean! 

You Do (Swift/Rose/Chapman) •

Another song written about not being able to function when you have a crush on someone because all you can do is think about them. You run red lights and spill your coffee in the car because they've got you, they do. It's acoustic and in circulation.

You Don't Have to Call (Swift) (I have an alt version)•

Only 45 seconds long, it's actually a ringtone (released for a Pepsi promotion in May 2006) and not the inspiration for Your not sorry like it was previously thought but even though it's not an actual song I thought I'd list it anyway so that people could find out that info about it so they'd know there wasn't a longer version in existence. It's acoustic but was recorded in a studio and finished and meant to be that short (since ringtones really can't be that long). It's about someone who doesn't have to call her anymore because she's trying to move on so she won't answer it. I don't think it's about personal experience though as the only breakup she had been through at that point didn't even end badly at all. A second version without harmonies was recently discovered (although I'm not sure why they'd make one) and despite the fact that it's not in circulation, I have it.

You Walk away (Swift) ?

One of sixteen new (old) titles discovered in November 2018 when photos of some previously unseen demo CDs from owned by Robert Orrall (a frequent co-writer of Taylor's early music both released and unreleased) were posted on instagram by music industry insider Brian Mansfield. All that's known about them is that they were written from 2002-2004 as indicated on the CDs. 

Your Anything (Swift) (live version only) •

Written about liking someone and wanting to be anything they want even if you can't be with them just to be a part of their life.The only known version of this was the one she performed live at the NAMM show on January 21st 2005 but since that was so early in the year I'm sure she wrote it in 2004 like she did the other two songs she performed that night.

Your Face (Swift) (I have live and studio)•*

Written about breaking up with someone (although she hadn't had a boyfriend yet at the time so I guess she just made up the story as she did with a lot of her earlier songs about love) and not wanting to lose their face or forget anything about them or the relationship they had. She performed it live at the 2005 NAMM show (and also at a few other places the year before like Bill Anderson's fan club party) but she wrote it in 2004.

Your Picture (Swift) ?

One of sixteen new (old) titles discovered in November 2018 when photos of some previously unseen demo CDs from owned by Robert Orrall (a frequent co-writer of Taylor's early music both released and unreleased) were posted on instagram by music industry insider Brian Mansfield. All that's known about them is that they were written from 2002-2004 as indicated on the CDs. 

 

Released (2006-2020) (137 currently listed):

 

Taylor Swift (2006):

Tim McGraw (Swift/Rose) (I have the acoustic, piano and studio demos)

Picture to burn (Swift/Rose) (I have the acoustic and studio demos; the studio demo is rare)

Teardrops on my guitar (Swift/Rose) (I have the "no Drew" studio demo)

A place in this world (Swift/Orral) (I have the studio demo)

Cold as you (Swift/Rose) (I have the second studio demo)

The outside (Swift) (I have the studio demo)

Tied together with a smile (Swift/Rose) (I have the acoustic and studio demos)

Stay beautiful (Swift/Rose)

Should've said no (Swift)

Mary's song (oh my my my) (Swift)

Our song (Swift) (I have the acoustic demo)

Taylor Swift deluxe edition (2007):

I'm only me when I'm with you (Swift) (I have the studio demo)*

A perfectly good heart (Swift/) (I have the studio demo)*

Invisible (Swift) (I have the studio demo)

Sounds of the seasons (2007):

Christmases when you were mine (Swift) (I have an alt version often referred to as a demo but it was in fact released online around her 18th birthday)

Christmas must be something more (Swift)

Beautiful eyes (2008):

Beautiful eyes (Swift) (I have the studio demo)*

I heart ? (Swift) (I have the studio demo)

Collaborations: (2008-2021):

Best days of your life (Swift/Pickler)

Two is better than one (Swift/Johnson)

Both of us (Swift/B.O.B.)

This is what you came for (Swift/Harris)

Better man (Swift)

I Don't Want to live forever (Swift/Antonoff)

Babe (Swift/Monahan)

Fearless (2008):

Fearless (Swift/Rose/Lindsey) (I have the acoustic demo)

Fifteen (Swift)

Love Story (Swift)

Hey Stephen (Swift)

White horse (Swift/Rose)

You belong with me (Swift/Rose)

Breathe (Swift/Caillat)

Tell me why (Swift/Rose)

You're not sorry (Swift)

The way I loved you (Swift/Rich)

Forever and always (Swift)

The best day (Swift)

Change (Swift)

Hannah Montana the movie soundtrack (2009):

Crazier (Swift/Orral) (I have both studio demos)

You'll always find your way back home (Swift/Johnson)

Fearless platinum edition (2009):

Jump then fall (Swift)

Untouchable (Swift/Barlowe/Barlowe/James)

The other side of the door (Swift) (I have the studio demo but it's not in circulation)

Superstar (Swift/Rose) (I have the acoustic and studio demos)

Come in with the rain (Swift/Rose) (I have the studio demo)*

Valentine's day soundtrack (2010):

Today was a Fairytale (Swift)

Speak now (2010):

Mine (Swift)

Sparks fly (Swift)

Back to December (Swift)

Speak now (Swift)

Dear John (Swift)

Mean (Swift)

The story of us (Swift)

Never grow up (Swift)

Enchanted (Swift)

Better than revenge (Swift)

Innocent (Swift)

Haunted (Swift)

Last kiss (Swift)

Long live (Swift)

Speak now deluxe edition (2010):

Ours (Swift)

If this was a movie (Swift/Johnson)

Superman (Swift)

Hunger games Soundtrack (2012):

Safe and sound (Swift/Civil wars)

Eyes Open (Swift)

Stand up to cancer (2012):

Ronan (Swift/Thompson)

Red (2012):

State of grace (Swift)

Red (Swift)

Treacherous (Swift/Wilson)

I knew you were trouble (Swift/Martin/Shellback)

All too well (Swift/Rose)

22 (Swift/Martin/Shellback)

I almost do (Swift)

We are never ever getting back together (Swift/Martin/Shellback)

Stay stay stay (Swift)

The last time (Swift/Lightbody)

Sad beautiful tragic (Swift)

Holy ground (Swift)

The lucky one (Swift)

Everything has changed (Swift/Sheeran)

Starlight (Swift)

Begin again (Swift)

Red deluxe edition (2012):

Come back...be here (Swift/Wilson)

The moment I knew (Swift)

Girl at home (Swift)

One chance soundtrack (2013): 

Sweeter than Fiction (Swift/Antonoff)

1989 (2014):

Welcome to New York (Swift/Tedder)

Blank space (Swift/Martin/Shellback)

Style (Swift/Martin/Shellback/Payami)

Out of the woods (Swift/Antonoff)

All you had to do was stay (Swift/Martin)

Shake it off (Swift/Martin/Shellback)

I wish you would (Swift/Antonoff) 

Bad blood (Swift/Martin/Shellback)

Wildest dreams (Swift/Martin/Shellback)

How you get the girl (Swift/Martin/Shellback)

This love (Swift)

I know places (Swift/Tedder)

Clean (Swift/Heap)

1989 deluxe edition (2014):

Wonderland (Swift/Martin/Shellback)

You are in love (Swift/Antonoff)

New Romantics (Swift/Martin/Shellback)

Reputation (2017) (descriptions coming soon):

...Ready for it? (Swift/Martin/Shellback/Payami)

End Game (Swift/Sheeran/Future/Martin/Shellback)

I did something bad (Swift/Martin/Shellback)

Don't blame me (Swift/Martin/Shellback)

Delicate (Swift/Martin/Shellback)

Look what you made me do (Swift/Antonoff/Fairbrass/Fairbrass/Manzoli)

So it goes... (Swift/Martin/Shellback/Gorre)

Gorgous (Swift/Martin/Shellback)

Getaway car (Swift/Antonoff)

King of my heart (Swift/Martin/Shellback)

Dancing with our hands tied (Swift/Martin/Shellback/Holter)

Dress (Swift/Antonoff)

This is why we can't have nice things (Swift/Antonoff)

Call it what you want (Swift/Antonoff)

New Year's day (Swift/Antonoff) 

 

Lover (2019) (descriptions coming soon):

I forgot that you existed (Swift/Bell/Feeney)

Cruel summer (Swift/Antonoff/Clark)

Lover (Swift)

The Man (Swift/Little)

The Archer (SWift/Antonoff) 

I think he knows (Swift/Antonoff)

Miss Americana and the heartbreak prince (Swift/Little)

Paper rings (Swift)/Antonoff)

Cornielia street (Swift)

Death by a thousand cuts (Swift/Antonoff)

London boy (Swift/Antonoff/Clay/Spears)

Soon you'll get better ft. The Dixie Chicks (Swift/Antonoff)

False god (Swift/Antonoff)

You need to calm down (Swift/Little)

Afterglow (Swift/Bell/Feeney)

ME! ft. Brendon Urie of Panic! at the disco (Swift/Little/Urie)

It's nice to have a friend (Swift/Bell/Feeney)

Daylight (Swift)

 

Cats soundtrack (2019):

Beautiful ghosts (Swift/Webber)

 

Other (2019-2020):  

Christmas tree farm (Swift)

Only the young (Swift/Little)

 

Folklore (2020) 

 The 1

Cardigan

The last great American Dynasty

Exile (ft Bon Iver)

My Tears ricochet

Mirrorball

Seven

August 

This is me trying

Mad Woman 

Invisible string

Illicit affairs

Epiphany

Betty

Peace

Hoax

The Lakes

 

Evermore (2020)

Willow

Champagne problems 

Gold Rush

Tis' the damn season

Tolerate it

Happiness

No body no crime (ft Haim) 

Dorthea 

Coney island (ft The National)

Ivy 

Cowboy like me

Long story short

Marjory

Closure 

Evermore (ft Bon Iver) 

Right where you left me 

Time to go

 

How long do you think it's gonna last? (2021)

Renegade (ft Taylor Swift)

Birch (ft Taylor Swift)


Cruel summer

Lover

The Man

The Archer

I think he knows

Miss Americana and the heartbreak prince

Paper rings

Cornielia street

Death by a thousand cuts

London boy

Soon you'll get better

False god

You need to calm down

Afterglow

ME!

It's nice to have a friend

Daylight I knew you were trouble (Swift/Martin/Shellback) ?

A song that Taylor confirmed will be on her next album. She wrote it about a guy that she knew was trouble but fell for anyway. I'm guessing it's either about Jake or John. lol

I knew you were trouble (Swift/Martin/Shellback) ?

A song that Taylor confirmed will be on her next album. She wrote it about a guy that she knew was trouble but fell for anyway. I'm guessing it's either about Jake or John. lol

I knew you were trouble (Swift/Martin/Shellback) ?

A song that Taylor confirmed will be on her next album. She wrote it about a guy that she knew was trouble but fell for anyway. I'm guessing it's either about Jake or John. lol

I knew you were trouble (Swift/Martin/Shellback) ?

A song that Taylor confirmed will be on her next album. She wrote it about a guy that she knew was trouble but fell for anyway. I'm guessing it's either about Jake or John. lol

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