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Thursday 27 November 2014

Taylor Swift writes tune on trampoline

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift composed a song on her latest album Red while bouncing on a trampoline

The songstress collaborated with British musician Ed Sheeran to write and record a duet for the song Everything Is Changed.

The pair adopted an unusual method to spark their creative energies.

"Yes, I actually I wrote a song with Ed Sheeran on a trampoline in my backyard for the new album," Taylor revealed to MTV News. "We, for real, [were] sitting on my trampoline in my backyard cause we had been writing a song and I was like 'Hey, I just got a trampoline. You want to see it?' And so, he brought the guitar for some reason."

Though the two wrote the entire song while on the apparatus, they also managed to squeeze in some playtime.

"For portions of the song, [we were bouncing around] 'cause it's a trampoline and it's fun, and the combined maturity level of both of us is eight-years-old," Taylor gushed.

Taylor also teamed up with her "favourite" band for Red.

The singer isn't revealing details on which group that is until she gets closer to her album's release date on October 22.

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