It’s here – Fearless (Taylor’s Version) has arrived! Taylor Swift released her highly-anticipated re-recording of her GRAMMY Album of the Year on Friday (4/9). Swifties have anxiously been awaiting the project since the singer announced it in February.
Fearless (Taylor’s Version) features the 20 original songs on the 2008 release, plus six new “From the Vault” songs. Among them is “That’s When,” which includes vocals from Swift’s longtime friend and CMA Entertainer of the Year Keith Urban. The song is from the point of view of a couple who recently ended things, with Swift singing of a hopeful reconciliation.
“That’s when / When I wake up in the morning / That’s when / When it’s sunny or storming / Laughing when I’m crying,” she sings in the chorus. “And that’s when / I’ll be waiting at the front gate / That’s when / When I see your face / I’ll let you in / And, baby, that’s when.”
Urban sings the part of the man who broke her heart and takes the lead in the second verse and chorus. As the song comes to a close, the couple reunites and sings about how they missed each other while they were apart.
The song is one of two Urban is featured on. While he sings on “That’s When,” he also contributes harmonies to “We Were Happy.”
“I hadn’t heard our voices together since sitting in with you on the 1989 tour in Toronto !!! Magic 🎈🎈🎈 Congrats TS – you’ve got some gems in that vault !!!!!!! Thanks for having me join you on a couple of them,” Urban wrote on Instagram upon the album’s release.
In addition to Urban teaming up with the pop powerhouse, Maren Morris also joined in on the fun with a collaboration on “You All Over Me.”
Fearless (Taylor’s Version) is out now.