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Here Are the Songs From 'Lover' Taylor Swift Has Never Performed Live

By Billboard

Taylor Swift's seventh album, Lover, is just about three weeks old, and fans are already itching to hear the dreamy tunes live.

While the songstress admitted recently that she isn't sure if the album will get a massive stadium tour the way reputation did, she added that she "definitely want to play this album live for a lot of people. I definitely want to give fans an opportunity and give me the opportunity to vibe with them on these songs in a live setting and see them sing the words back, but I don’t really know exactly what way that’s going to happen."

However, whether or not there will be a tour, Swift has been treating fans to live renditions of the album's tracks little by little. She's performed pre-album singles "Lover," "You Need to Calm Down" and "ME!" a number of times, but most recently, she debuted a few more during her City of Lover concert at Paris’ L’Olympia Bruno Coquatrix on Monday (Sept. 9). For the first time, she performed “Death By A Thousand Cuts," “Cornelia Street," feminist anthem “The Man,” as well as “The Archer."

Last week, she performed her ode to British boyfriend Joe Alwyn, "London Boy," at the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge. Before that, she played "Daylight" on piano for some fans at SiriusXM.

That's a total of nine Lover tracks Swift has given a live rendition of, so far. See below for the remaining tunes from the album we have yet to hear in person, including the personal Dixie Chicks collab "Soon You'll Get Better" and the political "Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince."

I Forgot You Existed
Cruel Summer
I Think He Knows
Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince
Paper Rings
Soon You'll Get Better
False God
Afterglow
It's Nice to Have a Friend


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