Moving onto these next two singles was where things got tough. While Taylor’s debut was mostly loved and hasn’t grown with fans, it’s clear that Fearless (Taylor’s Version) is still incredibly beloved. That’s why I was torn on which singles to rank next.
6. “You All Over Me”
Coming in at #6 on my list is “You All Over Me” which was a vault track featuring Maren Morris. While I do enjoy the lyrics and Morris’ vocals, this one didn’t have the same brevity as the other singles. It really feels like an offshoot of her debut album so I feel like it would be better among those tracks.
Even so, it does feel like a great nostalgic summer song and it’s one I know I’ll be revisiting during the summertime. Other than that though, I don’t always find myself listening to this one and sometimes skipping it in favor of other vault tracks.
5. “White Horse”
As for #5, I went with another single I don’t think got the attention it deserved and never seemed to break out as the others did. For me, that’s “White Horse.” While it’s a slightly sad song and could have been the next “Teardrops on My Guitar,” it didn’t have the same staying power which isn’t to say it’s a bad song.
If anything, it just felt like a single that shouldn’t have been a single. It was a good song but I don’t think it fits into the album. Upon doing some research, I will say that finding out it wasn’t originally intended to be on the album makes sense. Either way, it’s not a bad song but wasn’t single material.