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Taylor Swift Plays Her ‘Favorite Songs’ at 113th Eras Concert

Taylor Swift Plays Her ‘Favorite Songs’ at 113th Eras Concert

At every Eras Tour concert, thousands of Swift fans root for Taylor Swift to play one of their favorite songs in the acoustic section. But during the singer’s first night in Zurich on Tuesday (July 9), she played a few of her favorite songs.

The surprise song section was created in honor of Global Trek’s 113th concert. Since Swift’s lucky number is the famous number 13, this reference point couldn’t be left out.

“This is actually our 113th show on the Eras tour and it’s my favorite song that I never mention,” she joked, according to Entertainment tonight“I just thought since it’s my favorite song, I’d play a few of my favorite songs in the acoustic section.”

The 14-time Grammy Award winner played a mashup of “All You Had to Do Was Stay” and “Right Where You Left Me” on guitar. “You were everything I wanted, but not like this,” she sang 1989 the song before the smooth transition into Forever Bonus Song: “Have You Ever Heard About the Girl Who Was Frozen?/Time Passes For Everyone Else, She Doesn’t Know It.”

But Swift’s first performance at the Letzigrund Stadium was a notable event. July 9 has also long been Swiftie’s holiday, as it’s a date mentioned in her Speak now ballad “Last Kiss” — so of course the musician played it next.

“You can plan for the weather and time to change/ But I never planned for you to change your mind,” she sang, playing the piano, weaving her songs into the lyrics. Red lullaby “Sad Beautiful Tragic.” “‘Cause we had a beautiful magic love there/How sad beautiful tragic, beautiful tragic…”

The “Anti-Hero” singer will perform in Sweden again on Wednesday (July 10) before heading to Milan for two nights at San Siro Stadium from July 13 to 14. The Zurich shows follow three Eras shows in Amsterdam, where Swift appeared to celebrate the one-year anniversary of her boyfriend Travis Kelce’s first Eras tour performance — the genesis of their love story — by performing a sappy mashup of “Mary’s Song,” “Everything Has Changed,” and “So High School,” which fans say was inspired by the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback.

Watch Swift play her favorite songs from her discography below.