Taylor Swift Releases 'Tortured Poets Oath' Tracklist; Featuring collaborations from Post Malone, Florence and The Machine

Taylor Swift has dropped the tracklist for her upcoming album, Section of tortured poetsWhich was announced at the Grammy Awards on Sunday evening.

In a post on social media, Swift revealed the names of the 16 songs that will make up her new album. The album features collaborations with Post Malone and Florence + the Machine, as well as the seventeenth track titled “The Manuscript.”

While taking the stage at the Grammy Awards and winning her 13th gramophone, Swift said: “My lucky number, I don't know if I've ever told you that. I know that the way the Recording Academy voted is a direct reflection of the passion of the fans. So, I want to I'm saying thank you to my fans by telling you a secret I've been keeping from you for the past two years, which is that my new album will be released on April 19.

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“Tortured Poets Section” tracklist.

side l

“Two Weeks” (feat. Post Malone)

“The Tortured Poets Section”

“My son only breaks his favorite toys.”

“Bad bottom”

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B side


“But my father loved him.”

“Fresh out the Slammer”

Florida!!! (feat. Florence + The Machine)

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Side c

“Guilty as sin?”

“Who's afraid of me little one?”

“I can fix it (I really can't)”


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side d

“I can do this with a broken heart.”

“The smallest man who ever lived”


“Clara's bow”

Bonus track: “Manuscript”

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Swift revealed the cover art for her film Section of tortured poets After winning a Grammy Award, she commented on her social media post, “All's fair in love and poetry…”

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