Taylor Swift has recently surprised her fans by re-releasing her single "Mr. Perfectly Fine" from her upcoming album "Fearless."

The original song was released in 2008 and re-released on April 7, 2021. As much as fans are concerned, they believe the song was originally written for her ex, Joe Jonas.

“Mr. Perfectly Fine,” is the story of a girl who sees her ex moving on after their breakup, while she’s still wallowing in the split.

In fact, Swift confirmed that it was a true story about her life at the time. “Me in 2020: Life is chill, writing songs based in fiction to avoid drama, feeling pretty grown up,” Taylor wrote, referring to her 2020 albums, Folklore and Evermore. “My 2008 music from the vault, in a goblin voice: REELEEEEEEEASE MR. PERFECTLY FIIIIIIIIINE.”

Screenshot_20210408-183559__01 When the song was released Taylor confirmed that it was a true story about her life at the time. Instagram

Though the song is rumored to be about her ex Joe Jonas, that hasn’t stopped his wife and actress Sophie Turner from enjoying and reacting to it. Jonas's wife Sophie posted an image of the song on her Instagram story and wrote: “it’s not NOT a bop," to which Taylor replied in kind, sharing Turner’s story on Instagram and writing: “forever bending the knee for the [queen] of the north," referring to her character from the show "Game Of Thrones."

Sophie forever bending the knee for the [queen] of the north," referring to her character from the show Game Of Thrones. Instagram

"Mr. Perfectly Fine" isn't the first song Taylor unveiled from the fearless album, she has also released the poignant, banjo-twanging country heartbreak anthem “You All Over Me,” which features Maren Morris. 

According to the Music Mayhem Magazine, the singer shared the official tracklist for the album which includes a total of 27 songs and new collaborations with artists like Colbie Caillat and Keith Urban.

Taylor Swift is currently busy re-recording her old albums that were released prior to 2019’s "Lover" in an effort to gain ownership of her own music after her master recordings were purchased and later re-sold by former management. Her first re-recording of her beloved 2008 single “Love Story” was released in February.

Taylor Swift Taylor Swift at Gillette Stadium - Foxboro, Massachusetts, June 5, 2010. meltedheadaches/Flickr