On the heels of releasing Lover, Taylor Swift appeared on BBC Radio 1’s “Live Lounge” this morning. Her set featured several tracks from the album, as well as a cover of “Can’t Stop Loving You,” the 2002 Phil Collins song reworked from a Leo Sayer original. It’s “the most sad and beautiful song ever,” she says by way of introduction. Listen on BBC Radio 1; the cover begins around the nine-minute mark.
Elsewhere in the set, she performs “London Boy,” “Lover,” Holy Ground,” “The Archer,” and “You Need to Calm Down.”
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