'You're Losing Me' is debuted by Taylor Swift at the Eras Tour in Melbourne, Australia.

Taylor Swift premiered a Midnights fan favorite live. At the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne, Australia, on Friday, the 34-year-old pop artist debuted her Eras Tour with the first live performance of “You’re Losing Me,” a breakup song from the Late Night Edition of her album Midnights.  

Fan-filmed footage on social media shows the Grammy winner revealing a special surprise tune on the setlist while seated at the piano in a flowing, brilliant yellow robe. I've never performed this song live. Swift claimed "You're Losing Me," released in May 2023, was one of her favorites.  

A emotional rendition of the downtempo ballad, the “Cruel Summer” singer pleaded with a romantic partner to realize their relationship is unhealthy and do something to fix it. Swift sang, "And I wouldn't marry me either," with emotional intensity on the bridge.   

A pathological people-pleaser / Who simply wants you to see her / And I'm thinking. ‘Do something, babe, say something’ (Say something) / ‘Lose something, babe, risk something’ (You're losin' me) / ‘Choose something, babe, I got nothing’ (I got nothing) / ‘To believe, unless you're choosin'

Swift sang “You’re Losing Me” as one of two surprises on Friday. She performed the title track of 2012's Red on the Eras Tour's May 21 Foxborough, Massachusetts event. A fan-recorded video shows the hitmaker introducing the Midnights deep cut shortly after announcing a special version of her next album The Tortured Poets Department with an extra track dubbed “The Bolter.” 

While releasing an alternate cover of her April 19 album and teasing “The Bolter,” Swift stated, “Tortured Poets is an album that I think more than any of my albums that I ever made, I needed to make it.” 

Folklore artist: "It was really a lifeline for me—just the things I was going through, the things I was writing about, reminded me why songwriting gets me through my life. Tortured Poets required songwriting more than any other album. 

Swift thanked fans for attending her largest event, which drew 96,000 to Melbourne's Cricket Ground. "This is the biggest show that we have done on this tour or any tour I have ever done," Swift informed the crowd on X. The version of me you see today is starstruck by the fact that so many of you decided to hang out with us on a Friday night in Melbourne. 

In February, Swift began her career-spanning Eras Tour with four Tokyo Dome gigs.  After her final Tokyo engagement on Feb. 10, the diva flew to the U.S. to see her boyfriend Travis Kelce play in the 2024 Super Bowl. She resumed her live performances on Feb. 16. The trip extends into early March in Australia and Asia. Her exhibition will tour Europe in March.  

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