Taylor Swift fans eager to hear her more new music just had their wish granted!

On Thursday, the superstar shared exclusively on "Good Morning America" a clip of the song "Fearless (Taylor's Version)," a re-recording of the title track of her hit 2008 album.

"I just wanted to say, first of all, you guys have been so supportive at 'Good Morning America' since day one of this entire process of me re-recording my music," Swift said in a recorded message. "I’m so ecstatic that my album, 'Fearless (Taylor's Version),' will be out tonight."

"It’s crazy that it’s finally here and I wanted to give you guys, as a thank you, an exclusive first glimpse at one of the songs on my album," she added ahead of the tune playing, which you can hear in the video above.

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Swifties will never go another midnight without “Midnights.” The artist released her tenth studio album calling it, “The story of 13 sleepless nights scattered throughout my life.”

The drop of "Fearless" comes a day after Swift shared “Mr. Perfectly Fine,” a song she wrote in 2008 and which will appear as one of the never-released, "From the Vault" tracks on her upcoming re-recorded version of "Fearless."

Swift told "GMA" in November she was "having a really good time" re-recording her old music amid drama over her old masters.

"Fearless (Taylor's Version)" comes out on Friday.