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Taylor Swift re-releases alleged Joe Jonas break-up song

By Reuters
08 April 2021   |   11:02 am
Taylor Swift has revisited her split from Joe Jonas for the latest From the Vault gem ahead of her Fearless album re-release on Friday.

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