Here's Taylor Swift covering Earth, Wind & Fire's 'September'

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Taylor Swift has recorded a new a capella rendition of her Reputation hit Delicate and a cover of Earth, Wind & Fire's September exclusively for Spotify Singles.

"Taylor Swift is the absolute cherry on top of a very soulful and happy sundae".

The 28-year-old singer released the new recording as one of her Spotify Singles.

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"We think about everything they might've heard about us, every reason they wouldn't want us", she told Spotify about the track.

Wow @taylorswift13's cover of September, suddenly i am frolicking in a field of sunflowers in a pale blue dress with my non existent boyfriend, he lifts me up & we twirl in the sunflowers & probably get an allergic reaction but we don't care because there never was a cloudy day.

Songwriters Maurice White, Al McKay, and Allee Willis wanted it uptempo and danceable while still contemplative and romantic, The vocal range is off the charts falsetto high and whether Swift has the range to pull it off is your decision.

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Earth, Wind & Fire has been nominated for 20 Grammy Awards and won six as a group.

Their more popular songs include September, That's the Way of the World, Love Music, Let's Groove and Shining Star. Swift replaces the big vibrant sound with a slowed down banjo laced country feel that totally disrespect's the songs intention. Her version stripped away away the original's funk-laden sensibility and presented the tune as a slow-burning countrypolitan song.

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