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Taylor Swift works on second CD

Monday, April 7, 2008 – Taylor Swift compiled four hits off her self-titled debut album, and now she is working on her sophomore release. Due out later this year, the CD will include an appearance by pop singer Colbie Caillat, who made a mark last year with her song "Bubbly."

"I don't really have a cool-people list, but if I did, she'd be number one," Swift said on a radio show with radio show GAC Nights: Live From Nashville. "She's got this amazing album that I've fallen in love with, and I got the great opportunity to write a song with her. And she starts singing these background vocals, and I'm like, 'Omigod! She's got the best voice ever,' and so, that's a really cool thing that I'm very excited about on this album. We have a lot of things in common, so I think it's a really cool collaboration."

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