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Taylor Swift debuted a fan-favorite Midnights track live for the first time.

The pop superstar, 34, kicked off a string of three dates of her Eras Tour at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne, Australia, on Friday and treated fans to the first-ever live performance of “You’re Losing Me,” a breakup ballad off the Late Night Edition of her album Midnights.

While sitting at the piano in a flowing, bright yellow gown, according to fan-filmed footage on social media, the Grammy winner revealed one of her surprise songs on the setlist would be a special one. “I’ve never played this song live before. It’s one of my favorites,” Swift said, introducing “You’re Losing Me,” which dropped in May 2023.

The “Cruel Summer” singer gave a moving performance of the downtempo song, which finds the narrator pleading for a romantic partner to realize their relationship is no longer healthy — and for them to do something to save it.

Swift sounded especially emotionally fierce during moments of the bridge, singing lyrics like, “And I wouldn’t marry me either / A pathological people pleaser / Who only wanted you to see her / And I’m fadin’, thinkin’ / And I’m fadin’, thinkin’ / ‘Do something, babe, say something’ (Say something) / ‘Lose something, babe, risk something’ (You’re losin’ me) / ‘Choose something, babe, I got nothing’ (I got nothing) / ‘To believe, unless you’re choosin’ me.’”