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Taylor Swift fans are about to have a merry "Swiftmas," as the Berks County-born pop star appears poised to give them a festive feel for the place she once called home.

Swift revealed on her social media accounts Thursday morning that she will release a new Christmas song and a video made from home movies at midnight eastern time. The title? "Christmas Tree Farm."

"OK. I know this is pretty wild, but I've just written a Christmas song," Swift said in a self-recorded video she shared on social media. "I feel like it's weird to just like wait a year to put it out."

Swift then proceeded to seek the opinions of her three cats -- Meredith, Benjamin, and Olivia -- but none of them appeared wanting to be bothered by her silliness.

Swift has covered a number of Christmas songs, but she has never released an original.

Swift lived for several years on a Christmas tree farm in Cumru Township before moving with her family to Wyomissing Hills and then to Nashville, where she launched her Grammy Award-winning career.

The last time Swift publicly revealed she had returned to Berks County was in July 2018, when she posted to InstagramΒ a picture of herself holding a photo of her younger self. Both photos showed Swift standing in the same spot on the Cumru Township property.

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