Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour: Surprise Songs and Eilish Track Placement

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Ever since the first night of Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour, fans have eagerly anticipated the unveiling of surprise acoustic songs at every show. Swift’s discography holds a treasure trove of gems, and each concert brings the excitement of discovering which songs will be resurrected on stage.

The tour commenced in Glendale, Ariz., where Swift treated the audience to “Mirrorball” from her album “Folklore” and “Tim McGraw” from her self-titled debut album released in 2006. As the tour progressed, she continued to delight fans with unexpected performances of songs like “State of Grace,” “Our Song,” and “Cowboy Like Me” featuring special guest Marcus Mumford. Other surprises included “Sad Beautiful Tragic” and “The Lucky One.”

With an extensive repertoire of 10 studio albums, Swift has confidently stated that she has enough material to cover the 52-date trek without repeating any songs. However, she has hinted that certain songs may receive a second chance if she feels she hasn’t given them her best. During her show in Arlington, Texas, on April 1, Swift dedicated “Clean” to opener Gracie Abrams and commented on a TikTok stream that she could have performed the song better in a higher key, acknowledging a technical misstep.

The anticipation remains high as fans eagerly await the next surprise song to grace the Eras Tour stage.

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