Taylor Swift surprise releases second 'From the Vault' song, 'Mr. Perfectly Fine'

Taylor Swift has released a surprise new song, "Mr. Perfectly Fine," before the Friday debut of "Fearless (Taylor's Version)," which is a re-recording of her 2008 album.

Swift revealed on Twitter that she wrote the song in 2008, but left it off the album at the time.

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