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Eras Tour surprise songs: what’s left for Taylor Swift to sing?

Taylor Swift plays two surprise songs every night, and she says she will never play the same song twice. You may be wondering what else she has to sing now on the tour

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The Eras Tour is making a big splash all over the world. Swifties everywhere are having the best night of their lives at Taylor Swift's sold-out stadium shows. Taylor has said during The Eras Tour that she has a few rules about playing the same surprise song more than once. Rule 1: If she makes a mistake, she can try again. Rule 2: Songs by Midnight are excluded, and she can play them "as many times as I want."
Fans say that Taylor may have thrown the rules out of the window when she did "Our Song" again since she didn't seem to mess it up the first time she did it and has performed “Maroon” three times till now. 
What’s left for Taylor Swift to sing:
With the release of Speak Now (Taylor's Version) on July 7, fans got a bunch of songs from the vault, all of which are now available as surprise songs on The Eras Tour.
The Outside
Right Where You Left Me (she messed up in SC so it is still on the list)
Stay Beautiful 
Mary’s Song (Oh My My My)
A Perfectly Good Heart
The Way I Loved You
Change
Untouchable
Come In With The Rain 
Superstar
We Were Happy
That’s When
Don’t You
Bye Bye Baby
Better Than Revenge
Innocent
Last Kiss (she messed up the lyrics in KC, so it is still on the list)
Superman
Electric Touch
Foolish One
Girl At Home
Ronan
Babe
Forever Winter
Run
The Very First Night
End Game
I Did Something Bad
So It Goes….
Dancing With Our Hands Tied,
London Boy
Soon You’ll Get Better
ME!
It’s Nice To Have A Friend
Epiphany
Peace
Hoax
Happiness
Long Story Short
Closure
Evermore
It’s Time To Go
Labyrinth
Bigger Than The Whole Sky
Paris
Glitch
Dear Reader
You’re Losing Me
Crazier
Eyes Open 
Safe & Sound
Only The Young
Carolina
Beautiful Ghosts
Macavity
Beautiful Eyes 
I Heart
So far, Taylor has played a lot of surprise songs from her albums. There's also a chance she could play the songs she's on, maybe even with special guests. These include "The Joker and the Queen," "Two Is Better Than One," "Renegade," "Both of Us," "Gasoline," "Birch," "Highway Don't Care," and "The Alcott."
 

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