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Taylor Swift takes fans behind closed doors in 'Gorgeous' video diary

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Taylor Swift is taking fans behind the scenes of her record-tying new song “Gorgeous.”

In an almost 11-minute-long video diary — the latest exclusive release from her AT&T partnership and the first preview of her new The Making of a Song series with the platform, which launches Nov. 13 — fans see Swift work through the arrangement on her guitar and piano over the course of several weeks. (Most prominently featured is the potentially Calvin Harris-inspired lyric, “And I got a boyfriend, he’s older than us/ He’s in the club doing I don’t know what,” which travels through a few cadences.)

The 1989 pop megastar filmed the clips herself, largely in her own home, as well as in the studio. (In the latter setting, the ever-elusive hitmaker Max Martin makes an appearance!)With no obvious makeup or styling, the entire thing is an intimate, if brief, portrait of a songwriter at work. After, a lyric video for the dreamy track runs.

The entire clip is streaming above.

Swift’s Reputation LP drops Nov. 10. So far she has shared “…Ready for It?” and “Look What Your Made Me Do.” Each of those tracks received Easter Egg-filled music videos.