Taylor Swift Spontaneously Drops “the lakes (original version)” to Celebrate the Anniversary of ‘folklore’

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A year ago today, a black and white small town pinned its mark on Google map’s archives, casting down vivid, elegiac tales of its folklorian citizens. Most of them make up the love triangle combo of Betty, James, and Augustine.

Taylor Swift has taken an ode to the album’s spontaneous release by dropping “the lake’s” original version in all of its orchestral flair to celebrate folklore’s anniversary. Of course, an Easter egg was birthed by co-songwriter and co-producer ‎Jack Antonoff who told Billboard last month that it was initially packaged in a more cinematic production.

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By Rachel
Joining the Nerds and Beyond team back in February 2019, Rachel Finucane graduated university with a Bachelor of Arts (Humanities) majoring in Screen Arts. She’s been passionate about all things television and film-related since penning her first Neighbours fanfiction aged twelve, before inevitably taking that pen to dabble in fashion, sports, and music. She can be spotted on Twitter at @rachelfinucane_.
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