Taylor Swift's Surprise New Holiday Song Is Making People Cry

Watch out, Mariah Carey. Tay-Tay is coming for your title as the Queen of Christmas!

Taylor Swift surprised fans with her new holiday song, “Christmas Tree Farm,” late Thursday into Friday. Its accompanying music video ― made up of old home videos filmed during the pop star’s childhood on an actual Christmas tree farm in Reading, Pennsylvania ― is getting people all emotional.

Check out the video here:

Swift teased the new track on social media Thursday morning with a video featuring her cats:

Swifties welled up at the video on Twitter:

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Be Nice!

If there's one word to describe the "mean" singer, it's kind. Taylor has been known to spend hours signing autographs for her fans, and she even invited a fan -- teen cancer patient Kevin McGuire -- to be her date to the ACM Awards. Taylor has said, "No matter what happens in life be good to people. Because being nice is a wonderful legacy to leave behind."

There's No Such Thing As A 'Normal' Relationship

Taylor recently claimed, "I can't have normal relationships." But what is a normal relationship anyway? We love that the star speaks openly about how it's ok not to have "normal" relationships.

'Marry Your Conscience'

Ok fine, so it was Jay Leno who actually said the words, but Taylor dished her best relationship advice in a recent interview with Cosmo. The singer claimed that Leno told her: "It’s easy. Just marry your conscience. Marry the one who makes you want to be a better person."

Find What You Love -- And Build Your Life Around It

The singer has devoted her life to the thing she loves the most: music. Taylor has said, “People haven’t always been there for me but music always has.”

Turn Your Pain Into Art

Tay Tay has made millions off of being broken-hearted. Instead of dwelling on feelings of pain and rejection, the singer has used her emotional catharsis to make best-selling songs that anyone who's been through a breakup can relate to.

If A Relationship Isn't Working, End It

“I’ve learned when to get out. I’ve never wasted too much time with the wrong person and that’s one thing I’m proud of," she told Cosmopolitan.

Don't Be Defined By Your Relationships

After she famously sang that there's more to life than "dating the boy on the football team," Taylor began speaking out about her relationships and the importance of being true to yourself first and foremost. Last year, she opened up about being single: "I don't have a boyfriend... You have to be OK with it. If you're the girl that needs a boyfriend, and, once she loses that boyfriend, needs to replace it with a different boyfriend -- it's just this constant stream of boyfriends all the time. I don't feel like I ever want to be that girl. I want to be the girl that, when she falls in love, it's a big deal and it's a rare thing."

Life Can Be A Fairy Tale

Taylor is all about turning real life into the stuff of dreams. As anyone who's been to one of her concerts will tell you, Taylor goes all out to make the experience magical. Taylor sings about making the ordinary extraordinary in her song "Today Was A Fairy Tale."

Let Your Personal Style Evolve

In the past few years since she rose to fame, Taylor has traded in her wild mass of blonde curls and girl-next-door dresses for sleek, fringed dirty-blonde do and feminine, vintage-inspired separates. Click here for photos of her style transformation.

Be Fearless

Taylor Swift wrote an entire album about the importance of being fearless. “To me, Fearless is not the absense of fear. It's not being completely unafraid. To me, Fearless is having fears. Fearless is having doubts. Lots of them. To me, Fearless is living in spite of those things that scare you to death.”

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