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Taylor Swift Announces ‘Black Dog’ Edition Of ‘Tortured Poets’

Taylor Swift has announced the third and "final" limited special edition of her upcoming album, The Tortured Poets Department. The icon made the announcement of the bonus track, "The Black Dog," during a "secret songs" segment in Singapore over the weekend. As a title, “The Black Dog” will be intriguing to fans who know it as a popular expression for depression or melancholy. It was apparently first used by poet Samuel Johnson in the 1700s and popularized in the 20th century through its association with Winston Churchill. Although little is known about the newest Swift bonus track, she did include a presumed lyrical snippet on social media. In the caption, Swift writes: "Old habits die screaming…" This vinyl is black and features a photo of Swift grasping at her head and neck with her arms. In the second slide, the singer-songwriter looks to the side, with some white flowers peeking out from the bottom of the photograph. This version of the album will be available only through Swift’s official website, with a cutoff time of Wednesday, March 6th at 2 p.m. ET, while supplies last. [inlink id="taylor-swift-related-to-emily-dickinson" text="RELATED: How Taylor Swift Is Related To Tortured Poet Emily Dickinson"] https://www.instagram.com/p/C4DfUrLO7X6/ The [inlink id="taylor-swift-new-song-tortured-poets-department" text="previous limited editions"] of her upcoming eleventh studio album were centered around the bonus tracks “The Albatross” and “The Bolter,” both of which are no longer for sale on her website. However, the first bonus track she revealed, "The Manuscript," is still available online. All of the physical CD, vinyl, and cassette editions of the album each have one of these four songs as an extra track, with only the digital release being sans a bonus song. All editions of The Tortured Poets Department come out on April 19th. Here’s the full tracklist for the album: Side A Fortnight (feat. Post Malone) The Tortured Poets Department My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys Down Bad Side B So Long, London But Daddy I Love Him Fresh Out the Slammer Florida!!! (Florence + the Machine) Side C Guilty as Sin? Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me? I Can Fix Him (No Really I Can) loml Side D I Can Do It With a Broken Heart The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived The Alchemy Clara Bow Bonus Track: The Manuscript [select-listicle listicle_id="703997" syndication_name="highest-priced-tours-of-2024" description="yes"]

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