Taylor Swift has given her legion of fans a unique look at the years she spent as a child growing up on her family's Christmas tree farm in Berks County.
As promised, Swift released her newly-written song -- "Christmas Tree Farm" -- at midnight Friday.
"My winter nights are taken up by static, stress and holiday shopping traffic," the song begins, with the video showing Swift riding in a car, "but I close my eyes and I'm somewhere else, just like magic."
I actually did grow up on a Christmas tree farm. In a gingerbread house, deep within the yummy gummy gumdrop forest. Where, funnily enough, this song is their national anthem. #ChristmasTreeFarm song and video out now 🎄https://t.co/p9Hk8blYpS pic.twitter.com/rTdGd1wIhK— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) December 6, 2019
The video then fades to Christmastime videos of Swift as a child with her family on their farm in Cumru Township, offering glimpses of fun moments, from sledding in the snow to sitting on Santa's lap and opening presents by the tree on Christmas morning.
"In my heart is a Christmas tree farm," the song continues, "where the people would come to dance under sparkling lights, bundled up in their mittens and coats, and the cider would flow, and I just want to be there tonight."
The song became a quick hit on YouTube, with Swift's post garnering more than two million views in less than 12 hours.