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Watch Ed Sheeran Re-Record His Taylor Swift Duet 'Everything Has Changed' for 'Red' Redo

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Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift attends The 58th GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on Feb. 15, 2016 in Los Angeles.

Everything has changed but still sounds all-too familiar on Ed Sheeran's new behind-the-scenes video of him re-recording Taylor Swift's "Everything Has Changed."

On Monday (Aug. 23), the English superstar shared a clip of him singing the harmonies to the chorus from Swift's original 2012 album Red, which is the second project she's re-recording in a quest to reclaim ownership of her first five albums. The album peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 the year of its release. Swift will release the 30-track Red (Taylor's Version) on Nov. 19, along with its vinyl version, which she announced is available for pre-sale now.

"Here’s a video of me re-recording my bit for a song you might know. There’s also a brand new song me and Taylor wrote the first day we met called 'Run' that’s out with the new version of the record, November 19th. Enjoy guys ! Was so fun reliving all of this x," Sheeran wrote underneath the clip.

Swift commented, "Get you a friend who tells ppl to RUN over to the site and pre order that red vinyl," followed by a series of kissy face emojis.

The pop superstar unveiled the full Red (Taylor's Version) track list earlier this month, which has nine bonus tracks and includes new collaborations with not only Sheeran ("Run"), but also Phoebe Bridgers ("Nothing New") and Chris Stapleton ("I Bet You Think About Me").

Watch Sheeran dust off his "Everything Has Changed" vocals below.