Taylor Swift's 'Out Of the Woods' Has Arrived…with Lyrics: Listen

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Taylor Swift seen arriving at the Kiss FM Studios on October 8, 2014 in London, England.

Taylor Swift has shared “Out Of the Woods,” the latest song lifted from her forthcoming album 1989.   

The new track, written and produced by fun. guitarist/Bleachers mastermind Jack Antonoff along with Swift, was released on iTunes overnight. Taylor's followers are in a frenzy over whether the track is indeed an ode to her breakup with One Direction’s Harry Styles. By sharing the lyrics via her Tumblr page, she's merely fanned the flames. 

She sings, “Looking at it now, last December/We were built to fall apart, then fall back together/ Your necklace hanging from my neck /The night we couldn’t quite forget."

“Out Of the Woods” is the second song -- though not the second single -- to come from 1989, which is due out on Oct. 27. Lead single “Shake It Off” debuted at No. 1 on the Hot 100 chart upon its release, and has spent five consecutive weeks at No. 2 on the chart, behind Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass.”

Taylor Swift Previews ‘Out Of the Woods,’ New Track Out Tuesday: Listen

Taylor was a guest Monday on Good Morning America. In her on-camera description of “Out Of The Woods,” Swift calls the track “one of my favorite songs on this album.”

In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Taylor revealed the lyrics were inspired by a snowmobile accident with an ex, which ended in the emergency room. Was it Harry from 1D? Considering the injury he took to his chin while the pair was still an item, it's easy to leap to that conclusion.