We love Taylor Swift's performances.

Trust, when she was killing it onstage during her world tour for 1989 while dancing in her sequin outfits and bringing out all of those surprise guests, we were all about it. But there's something about her stripped-down performances that linger a little longer in our hearts.

Perhaps it's witnessing the raw talent that we might sometimes take for granted, or just seeing a singer vulnerable without being distracted by all of the hoopla in the background, but T.Swift singing on the mic with nothing but a guitar in her hand or sitting at the piano is our absolute favorite.

Her latest video shows the singer giving an acoustic rendition of her now-hit single "Blank Space" back in September at the GRAMMY Museum, and while we love it, we were also reminded of a few other stripped-down performances by the celeb that we would love to play on repeat.

Oh, did you want to listen with us? Check out the videos below.

Let's start by throwing it back to 2011, when T.Swift performed Mumford & Sons' "White Blank Page" for BBC Live.

Keeping with the trend of a throwback, here's the piano version of Swift's "Forever and Always."

You know we had to include her piano cover of Vance Joy's "Riptide," which was absolutely amazing.

Any time there's a chance to listen to "I Knew You Were Trouble" from her Red album, we're in.

And lastly, in honor of her latest music video release, here's Swift performing "Out of the Woods" on the piano.

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