Taylor Swift challenged fans to decode her puzzle… revealing a collaboration with Keith Urban

Taylor Swift sends fans into a frenzy with an ‘expert’ level puzzle to decode revealing a collaboration with Keith Urban and SIX song titles from her upcoming vault releases

Taylor Swift fans deserve a spot in the FBI after uncovering her latest round of clues within minutes on Friday, one week before she releases Fearless (Taylor’s Version). 

After years of uncovering clues and analyzing the 11-time Grammy winner’s lyrics, her fans quickly unscrambled her coded video, which included messages about her upcoming ‘from the vault’ recordings.  

‘The vault door is about to be as unhinged as you’ll think I am after you watch this video,’ Swift teased on Twitter alongside footage of jumbled words flying out of a vault door. ‘Level: Expert. Happy decoding!’ 

Unbelievable: Taylor Swift fans deserve a spot in the FBI after uncovering her latest round of clues within minutes on Friday, one week before she releases Fearless (Taylor's Version)

Unbelievable: Taylor Swift fans deserve a spot in the FBI after uncovering her latest round of clues within minutes on Friday, one week before she releases Fearless (Taylor’s Version)

Within minutes, Swifties were collaborating with each other on social media to unlock words with mind-blowing speed and to figure out the six new song titles. 

‘Consider your vault broken,’ one internet sleuth, named Katelyn, cheekily replied to the Exile singer’s tweet, alongside her best guesses for the never-been-heard tracks. 

Her clue-loving followers reached a consensus that the six song titles are: ‘You All Over Me (which last week), We Were Happy, Bye Bye Baby, Mr. Perfectly Fine, That’s When and Don’t You. 

Hidden clues: After years of uncovering clues and analyzing the 11-time Grammy winner's lyrics, her fans quickly unscrambled her coded video, which included messages about her upcoming 'from the vault' recordings

Hidden clues: After years of uncovering clues and analyzing the 11-time Grammy winner’s lyrics, her fans quickly unscrambled her coded video, which included messages about her upcoming ‘from the vault’ recordings

Impressive: Within minutes, Swifties were collaborating with each other on social media to unlock words with mind-blowing speed and uncover six new song titles

Impressive: Within minutes, Swifties were collaborating with each other on social media to unlock words with mind-blowing speed and uncover six new song titles

'Consider your vault broken,' one internet sleuth, named Katelyn, cheekily replied to the Exile singer's tweet, alongside her best guesses for the never-been-heard tracks

‘Consider your vault broken,’ one internet sleuth, named Katelyn, cheekily replied to the Exile singer’s tweet, alongside her best guesses for the never-been-heard tracks

Additionally, the letters ‘TEKHI’ and ‘RUNBA’ rearranged spell out the name of country singer Keith Urban, suggesting he may appear on one of the songs. 

Backing this theory, fans also unscrambled the name of Maren Morris, who sings backup vocals on the first track out of Swift’s vault, called You All Over Me. 

Leaving no stone unturned, some Swifties reversed and slowed down the audio of the video, and unearthed the lyrics: ‘I ran into you somewhere / I didn’t mean to stare / I hope she’s never like me / I’m sure she’ll make you happy.’

Teaming up? The letters 'TEKHI' and 'RUNBA' rearranged spell out the name of Keith Urban, suggesting he will appear of one of the ones; seen in 2015

Teaming up? The letters ‘TEKHI’ and ‘RUNBA’ rearranged spell out the name of Keith Urban, suggesting he will appear of one of the ones; seen in 2015

Collaborators: Backing this theory, fans also unscrambled the name of country singer Maren Morris, who sings backup vocals on the first track out of Swift's vault, called You All Over Me

Collaborators: Backing this theory, fans also unscrambled the name of country singer Maren Morris, who sings backup vocals on the first track out of Swift’s vault, called You All Over Me

Swift has a long history of leaving Easter eggs for her fans, who have a keen eye for spotting codes like capitalized letters, dates linked to her favorite number 13 and any potential album clues. 

Taylor previously spoke about adding a few extra songs onto the re-recorded  Fearless album, which were written during the era, that she ‘absolutely adored, but were held back for different reasons, like not wanting to include ‘too many breakup songs’ or not fitting on a physical CD.

‘Artists should own their own work for so many reasons, but the most screamingly obvious one is that the artist is the only one who really knows that body of work,’ she said in February. ‘For example, only I know which songs I wrote that almost made the Fearless album.’ 

source: dailymail.co.uk