Taylor Swift Sings Song for 'Chaperone Dads'

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Taylor Swift
loves her fans, but many of them wouldn't be able to attend her concerts if it weren't for their parents. So, when she recently appeared on the Australian talk show 'Hamish and Andy's Gap Year,' the 21-year-old sang an impromptu song for all the "chaperone dads" out there.

"Usually, they're holding the signs that their teenage daughters have made," she said. "Their daughters held the glittery signs for the first half of the show, but then they're like, 'Dad, hold this!' So they've got glitter all over their khaki pants and their plaid shirts."
The hosts, Hamish and Andy, helped Taylor by playing the guitar and tambourine while the country star came up with lyrics about the dedicated dads, who come out to her shows out of love for their children.

Check out Taylor's song below. Do you think she should make a full song out of the comedic bit? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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