Taylor Swift just celebrated the one-year anniversary of her 1989 album release, and in honor of the monumental day, the Grammy Museum posted a video on Tuesday of the pop princess performing her sentimental song Out of the Woods at its Clive Davis Theater.
The clip — which was recorded last month — starts off with an introduction by the 25-year-old, who was singing to celebrate her record-breaking exhibit.
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The songbird said the emotional track — co-written by Bleachers' Jack Antonoff — was about feeling constant anxiety in one of her previous relationships, and never knowing when it was all going to end:
"I think a lot of relationships can be solid, and that's what you hope for — solid and healthy — but that's not always what you get. And it doesn't mean that it's not special and extraordinary just to have a relationship that's fragile and somehow meaningful in that fragility."
While the song features a lot of synth on the album, the blonde beauty decided to strip it down for this show, relying only on her voice while she tickled the ivories.
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
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