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Taylor Swift plans deluxe edition of debut

Friday, October 5, 2007 – An expanded version of Taylor Swift's hit debut will hit stores with three new tracks and a DVD Nov. 6 as "Taylor Swift Limited Deluxe Edition."

The debut was released in 2006 and went platinum with hit singles "Tim McGraw" and "Teardrops on My Guitar."

The new release, also on Big Machine Records, includes on CD:
1. Tim McGraw
2. Picture To Burn
3.Teardrops On My Guitar (radio single version)
4. A Place In This World
5. Cold As You
6. The Outside
7.Tied Together With A Smile
8. Stay Beautiful
9. Should've Said No
10. Mary's Song (Oh My My My)
11. Our Song (radio single version)
12. I'm Only Me When I'm With You
13. Invisible
14. A Perfectly Good Heart
15. Taylor's first phone call with Tim McGraw

DVD
1. "Tim McGraw" Video
2. First Grand Ole Opry Performance of "Tim McGraw"
3. Yahoo! Performance & Interview feature of "Tim McGraw"
4. "Teardrops On My Guitar" Video
5. Behind the Scenes at the "Teardrops On My Guitar" Video Shoot
6. "Our Song" Video
7. Behind the Scenes at the "Our Song" Video Shoot
8. GAC Short Cuts "A Place In This World"
9. CMT's 330 Sessions Performance of "Picture To Burn"
10. Taylor's Home Movie

Swift spent eight straight weeks at number one on Billboard's Country Albums Chart earlier this year. She is nominated for this year's CMA Horizon Award.


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