Taylor Swift releases Christmas song, complete with home movies

Taylor Swift has released a Christmas song -- but it's not just the music people are talking about.

"Christmas Tree Farm," released Thursday, comes with a shiny music video -- compiled from the Swift family's festive home movies from years gone by.

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