Not to be buried among the week's other Taylor Swift news, the singer has released her recording of the song she wrote with Andrew Lloyd Webber "Beautiful Ghosts", which will be heard over the end credits of "Cats" upon its release December 20. "All that I wanted was to be wanted/ Too young to wander London streets, alone and haunted/ Born into nothing/ At least you have something, something to cling to", Swift sings in the song's chorus, mourning the people of her past who are now a distant memory. "Should I take chances when no one took chances on me?/So I watch from the dark, wait for my life to start with no beauty in my memory".
The 29-year-old dropped her new song, "Beautiful Ghost", and its lyric video. "Just very much this understanding of like, "Let's write the best song we can", Taylor said in a video about the making of the song.
In a previously released behind-the-scenes featurette about the song, Swift said, "T.S. Eliot is such a specific type of writer and uses such specific language [and] imagery, and so reading through his work and everything, I just really wanted to reflect that".
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Jennifer Hudson, Hayward, Swift, Judi Dench, James Corden, Idris Elba, Zizi Strallen, Jason Derulo, Steven McRae and Ian McKellen have all been cast in Working Title's film, which is directed by Tom Hooper (Les Misérables). Even so, Swift has recorded her personal version of the tune, which is established to participate in over the film's closing credits.
While Swift will appear in the film as the flirty red queen Bombalurina, her character will not be singing the song. Webber's show is notable for being one of the longest-running shows in Broadway history, with almost 8,000 performances.