Taylor Swift Reveals ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’ Vault Track Names After Fans Crash Google Solving Puzzles

While four of the titles were confirmed, Swift has left one vault track name undisclosed for fans to figure out

<p>Kevin Winter/TAS23/Getty</p> Taylor Swift at SoFi Stadium in 2023

Kevin Winter/TAS23/Getty

Taylor Swift at SoFi Stadium in 2023

Taylor Swift’s vault tracks are no longer just a “blank space” on her upcoming album.

The “Anti-Hero” singer, 33, revealed the titles of four additional songs for the upcoming release of 1989 (Taylor’s Version) after she challenged fans to decode a set of word clues on Google — and ended up temporarily jamming the site.

On Wednesday, Google posted a video to X (formerly known as Twitter), revealing the four tracks. “Oh look, you did it. You unlocked the 1989 (Taylor’s Version) Vault and now I am so excited to share the new vault tracks with you,” the site announced.

In the video, the words slowly unscrambled to reveal the song titles: “Is It Over Now?,” “Now That We Don’t Talk,” “Say Don’t Go” and “Suburban Legends.”

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“Can’t wait for you to hear them,” the clip concluded.

Though, Swift still left one piece of the puzzle unsolved — a still undisclosed fifth track for fans to guess the title of.

On Tuesday, she posted a video showing a blue vault with various letters flying out of it, including a “T,” “S, ” “I,” “U” and “L.” She captioned it with some lyrics from “Blank Space,” saying, “You can tell me when the *search* is over… if the high was worth the pain. 😎”

<p>Kevin Winter/TAS23/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performs at SoFi Stadium in 2023

Kevin Winter/TAS23/Getty

Taylor Swift performs at SoFi Stadium in 2023

However, the big reveal didn’t come easy for fans who were tasked with searching “Taylor Swift” on Google and solving one of 89 available world puzzles that became available after clicking on a blue vault that showed up. (Swift said she would reveal the vaulted tracks if fans collectively solved a total of 33 million puzzles.)

Some fans complained that they didn’t see a blue vault when they initialized the search and weren’t able to access the puzzle, according to TODAY. Google even temporarily crashed, telling fans in a post, “Swifties, the vault is jammed! But don't worry, there are no blank spaces inside. We're in our fix-it era and will be out of the woods soon.”

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During a performance on Aug. 9 at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, Swift revealed that she would release a newly recorded version of her first Grammy-winning pop album. On social media, she wrote that the new album would feature five vault songs that originally didn’t make the cut.

“To be perfectly honest, this is my most FAVORITE re-record I’ve ever done because the 5 From The Vault tracks are so insane,” she teased at the time. “I can’t believe they were ever left behind. But not for long!”

The singer later said that there would be an additional bonus track featured on the Target vinyl of the album, which is currently available for pre-order.

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Swift’s vaulted songs from her re-recorded albums are highly anticipated and often come with high fanfare.

After announcing the re-release of her 2010 album, Speak Now, at a May stop, she surprised fans at her July 10 show by bringing Taylor Lautner, Joey King and Presley Cash onstage. The three stars made an appearance at the Kansas City, Missouri stop after Swift premiered her new music video for the vault track, "I Can See You," which went on to garner over 30 million views.

1989 (Taylor’s Version) is scheduled for release on Oct. 27.

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