Here's Taylor Swift covering Earth, Wind & Fire's 'September'

Here's Taylor Swift covering Earth, Wind & Fire's 'September'

Instead of the song's opening line, "Do you remember the 21st night of September", Swift flipped the date, singing "the 28th night of September". So criticism was as swift as it was inevitable.

Taylor Swift has continued her now-friendly relationship with Spotify with two new recordings for Spotify Singles.

"Taylor Swift is the absolute cherry on top of a very soulful and happy sundae".

Who is Earth, Wind & Fire?

Songwriters Maurice White, Al McKay, and Allee Willis wanted it uptempo and danceable while still contemplative and romantic, The vocal range is off the charts falsetto high and whether Swift has the range to pull it off is your decision.

The American singer has shared her stripped down version of the dancefloor anthem today (April 14).

"I have to say, I kinda love it", Gibson added.

Twitter user Michael Arceneaux said of the song: 'If you were curious to hear what unseasoned boiled chicken breast sounded like in a song, take a listen to Taylor Swift cover Earth, Wind & Fire'. Swift reversed the decision last summer, bringing the catalogue back to Spotify in June - a move first predicted in a Music Week interview with Spotify UK's George Ergatoudis.

The cover's defenders were just as passionate, however, calling it everything from "hella lit" to "absolutely beautiful" to "Taylor Swift's greatest cover of all time". "(She came of age in the 70's.) I can't wait to play it for her when I get home!"