Taylor Swift New Song 'Sweeter Than Fiction' Now Available On iTunes As Brenton Thwaites Photos Emerge During 'The Giver' Filming
By Staff Writer | October 21, 2013 01:53 AM EDT
Taylor Swift may be busy filming "The Giver" with Brenton Thwaites, but the singing princess also has a new song out on iTunes!
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"Sweeter than Fiction" is a new song by Taylor Swift and collaborator Jack Antonoff for the upcoming biopic "One Chance."
— Taylor Nation (@taylornation13) October 21, 2013
The film tells the story of "Britain's Got Talent" winner Paul Potts, and the new Taylor Swift song expresses a fan's adoration for a talent long before anyone else noticed it.
"Seen you fall, seen you crawl on you knees (eh, eh),
Seen you lost in a crowd, seen you colors fade.
Wish I could make it better,
Someday you won't remember,
This pain you thought would last forever and ever."
"Sweeter than Fiction" will play over the credits of "One Chance" according to EW, but now fans can listen to the new song after they download on iTunes as well!
Meanwhile, Taylor Swift is keeping herself busy away from the microphone as she films "The Giver," a film based on the kids book by Lois Lowry.
Brenton Thwaites stars as the main character Jonas while Taylor Swift will star opposite him as Rosemary.
In a series of photos posted on Instagram by cast member Odeya Rush, fans can see Taylor Swift and Brenton Thwaites having fun in between filming. However, after all the dating rumors between Swift and Thwaites, the two stayed away from any scintillating photos together.
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