Listen to Taylor Swift Sing a Chilling 'Out of the Woods'

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Happy one year anniversary, 1989! Taylor Swift's infamous badass album dropped a year ago, and to celebrate the singer just recorded a chilling, acoustic version of her song "Out of the Woods" for fans.

The epic recording went down at the Grammy Museum's Clive Davis Theater in Hollywood. Taylor introduced the song by saying it chronicled a relationship dominated by anxiety. Ahem, Harry Styles.

"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," she said.

"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."

"Out of the Woods" was co-written with Bleachers' Jack Antonoff. We're used to the pop-sound of the song but when Tay strips it down, it's amazeballs. Her vocals drive the performance, and she kept her piano playing simple. #LoveIt

Tay's not the only one stripping her music down these days. Justin Bieber just released an acoustic version of his new single "Sorry" and we basically died when we heard it. Listen to that, here.

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