What Will Taylor Swift Perform During Her '1989' Tour? Her Set List Is Amazing, But These 8 Songs Are Missing

In November 2014, Taylor Swift made millions of teen girls' (and more adult-ish ladies like myself) dreams come true when she announced the world tour for her fifth album, 1989. Taylor Swift's 1989 tour launched this past Tuesday in Tokyo, Japan and will conclude shortly before Christmas in Melbourne, Australia. Fans of Swift's "first official pop-album" will dash to the concert with the hopes of seeing Swift perform the most beloved singles from the body of work including "Welcome to New York", "Shake It Off" and "Blank Space." The set list of songs Swift will perform on the 1989 tour is obviously amazing, but I think she could be taking the concert a step further.

The set list includes "Welcome to New York," "New Romantics," "Blank Space," "I Knew You Were Trouble," "I Wish You Would," "How You Get The Girl," "I Know Places," "All You Had to Do Was Stay," "You Are In Love," "Clean," "Love Story," "Style," "This Love," "Bad Blood," "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," "Enchanted," "Wildest Dreams," "Out of the Woods," and "Shake It Off." In an interview with Time Magazine, Swift said of the 1989 Tour,

"I know that with the way the fans have latched onto this album, the setlist will be predominantly songs from 1989. You know, when I go back and play songs I know they want to hear... it’ll be interesting to reimagine them so that the fans get a new experience that feels in keeping with 1989."

Though 1989 is an amazing album, it's honestly not my favorite. (But then again, I struggle with change.) I think throwbacks are what make concerts amazing. Here are eight songs from T. Swift's past albums that are missing from the 1989 set list.

1. "Stay Beautiful"

Album: Taylor Swift

This classic country Taylor Swift song is the perfect choice to close any show.

2. "Our Song"

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Album: Taylor Swift

Every time I hear "Our Song," I'm transported back to being 16 years old again. It would the the perfect tune for some of T. Swift's older fans. After all, who isn't a sucker for nostalgia?

3. "Fearless"

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Album: Fearless

1989 was the album that Swift used to break out of her country mold. Obviously going completely pop took a ton of courage on her part, and I'm sure she had to deal with many naysayers. "Fearless" is definitely an homage to the past and nod towards the future.

4. "That's The Way I Loved You"

Album: Fearless

This certainly isn't the most popular song on Fearless. However, "That's The Way I Loved You" is about remembering all the bad boys that you had to let go. The song is about growing up and trying to do better, while still reminiscing about the past.

5. "Mine"

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Album: Speak Now

Love and relationships aren't always rainbows and sunshine. T. Swift really showed us she was growing up with "Mine." The song is about going all in, despite any fears and insecurities that you may have.

6. "Back to December"

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Album: Speak Now

Sometimes, you have to have to admit when you're the one who has hurt someone else. "Back to December" is all about owning up to your mistakes and apologizing for them.

7. "Treacherous"

Album: Red

"Treacherous" is my favorite song from Red, probably because its very "grown". It's about recognizing your willingness to take an uneasy path.

8. "Begin Again"

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Album: Red

In keeping with the team of courage and moving forward, "Begin Again" would be a perfect addition to the 1989 tour. The song is perfection, because it's all about loving yourself and staying true to who you are.