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Meanwhile, the song itself finds the pop superstar recalling her memories in Christmas tree farm in Pennsylvania, where 'the people would come/ To dance under sparkling lights.'

AceShowbiz - Taylor Swift is celebrating the holiday season with a new song appropriate for the season. Surprising her devotees on Thursday, December 5, the country-turned-pop superstar released "Christmas Tree Farm" along with its music video accompaniment.

The three-minute-and-forty-four-seconds visuals comprises montage of home video of a young Taylor celebrating holiday with her family. In one scene, she is seen opening presents with her little brother, before the two of them go play in the snow. There is also a moment that shows her receiving an acoustic guitar on Christmas, and she looks totally excited to be receiving the present.

Meanwhile, the song itself finds Taylor singing about her memories about Christmas tree farm, "where the people would come/ To dance under sparkling lights/ Bundled up in their mittens and coats/ And the cider would flow/ And I just wanna be there tonight."

"Christmas Tree Farm" was written last weekend. She said in a video prior to the release, "I feel like it's weird to just, like, wait a year to put it out. So, uh, I don't know what to do."

The new song also marks her first Christmas tune ever since she released "The Taylor Swift Holiday Collection" in 2007. Featuring covers of Christmas classics and a couple of original tunes, the album peaked at No. 20 on Billboard 200. Meanwhile, it peaked at No. 18 on Top Country Albums and at No. 22 on Top Holiday Albums.

Earlier this year, Taylor unveiled her seventh studio album "Lover". Described as a "love letter to love itself," the album debuted at No. 1 on Billboard 200 and other countries including Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Canada and the U.K. The album and its singles received three nominations at the 62 Grammy Awards, including a nomination for Best Pop Vocal Album. Its title track, meanwhile, has been nominated for Song of the Year.

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