Taylor Swift fans who can't wait to see The Hunger Games—and we're betting there are a lot of them—got a special treat over the weekend.
That's because the country pop princess performed, for the first time ever, "Eyes Open," the tune she contributed to the would-be blockbuster hitting theaters this weekend.
So how is it? Take a listen.
"I'm really excited about it…but, I mean, you don't think I'd get in trouble if I played it now? Probably not, right?" Swift teased the thousands of screaming concertgoers who packed Auckland, New Zealand's Vector Arena last night.
She then launched into a solo acoustic rendition of "Eyes Open" that began with the refrain: "Everybody's waiting/Everybody's watching/Even when you're sleeping/Keep your eye-eyes open."
The song is one of the choicer cuts off the Hunger Games soundtrack, which hits stores tomorrow and also includes "Safe & Sound," which Swift wrote and performed with the singer-songwriter duo Civil Wars, along with ditties from Arcade Fire, Maroon 5 and Miranda Lambert among others.
"Do you like it?" Swift innocently asked her swooning audience.
By the sound of Kiwis' reactions, it looks like Taylor's got another hit on her hands.