Taylor Swift FT. Maren Morris, ‘You All Over Me’ – Single Review

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Taylor Swift FT. Maren Morris, ‘You All Over Me’ – Single Review

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Words: Emily Harris | Published: March 30, 2021

Taylor Swift and Maren Morris release a previously unreleased gem, ‘You All Over Me‘. The collab stupefies instantly with a phlegmatic entrance, leading us back to where it all began for the ‘Love Story‘ songstress.

Furthermore, Swifty heads back to her country routes, and she delves deep with her Nashville tongue getting the airtime it craves given her recent commercial pop releases. The pop hitmaker has come along way since her early albums and has developed her sound over the years. But, she is still a country starlet at heart, and this new release proves her multi-faceted talent, with her signature sound blossoming as it progresses.


Maren Morris is a breath of fresh air. So much so, she gives the entire piece a unique edge, with her timbre standing out with distinction. Moreover, the pair synergise seamlessly with their vocal tones complementing one another. Also, their individual performances bring a fresh soundscape to the forefront. Although it is a shame that Maren does not get more of a look in; her vocals only sit on top of Taylors.

Musically, ‘You All Over Me‘ is serene with an acoustic rhythm that has a banjo quality. Also, the harmonica makes an appearance, and it adds even more emotion to the already moving release. Likewise, the drum rhythm gives the track extra depth with its inviting and steady cadence. Overall, the musical foundation adds to the track’s warmth, and every instrument pierces the heartstrings with an ethereal flow.

You can take a listen to ‘You All Over Me‘ by Taylor Swift and Maren Morris below. Also, be sure to let us know your thoughts on this new release by commenting beneath this article. As always, we love to hear your feedback. Do you think this is one of the best collab tracks from Swifty?

Emily Harris

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