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The cover of a beloved song is tricky, and hiding a beloved song in a new style is surely something stubborn fans. So the criticism was as fast as it was inevitable.
Read some of these more passionate shots, then scroll down to listen to both songs and take our poll to tell us what you think [1965-04] Monique Judge, a columnist for the Black Cultural magazine The Root, particularly referred to the cover. In a column entitled "Taylor Swift Just Disrespected Earth, Wind & Fire with her cover of & # 39; September & # 39;" Richter hoped that the song was "some kind of messed up Friday the 13th trick".
"There are certain songs that you do not mess with, especially if you do not have the range, and we all know that Taylor Swift has the full bandwidth of a free character," Richter wrote.
"Maurice White has not died for it," she added, referring to one of the authors of the song, who died at the age of 74 because of the complications from Parkinson's disease.
Kopsie Gibson of Popsugar offered a defense of the Tune in, but lukewarm in one piece titled "Taylor Swift I just made a classic Earth, Wind & Fire song Country, and I do not hate it. In the piece, she argued, "While the slimmed-down version is a complete 180-size Soul classic, it's also strangely reminiscent of Swift's older land material.
"I have to say, I kinda like it," Gibson added 9659010] The conversation became more complicated on Twitter, where the song was confronted with confused opponents and fierce defenders.
"With a heavy heart I must announce that I heard the cover of Taylor Swift in September, "Connor Finnegan of Inverse tweeted .