Taylor Swift‘s newest country song, titled “You All Over Me (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault),” has scored the singer her 25th top 10 on the BillboardHot Country Songs chart.
The single, which Taylor wrote during her Fearless era but never released to the public, has landed at number six.
This debut also scores Maren Morris, who sang harmonies on the track, her seventh top 10.
The song was streamed 9.2 million times over the past week and racked up 12,000 single sales in its first week. Those numbers allowed “Over” to shoot atop the Country Digital Song Sales chart — Taylor’s 16th number one there and Maren’s fourth.
In addition, “Over” crossed over onto the Billboard Hot 100, just missing the top 50 by debuting in the 51st spot in its opening week. However, that song is officially Tay’s 130th entry on the Hot 100.
“You All Over Me” was originally meant to appear on the Fearless album, but was instead put in the “vault” until the Grammy winner revisited it nearly 15-years later.
Fearless (Taylor’s Version) is due out April 9. The album already produced another number one for Taylor, when her rerecording of “Love Story” bowed at the top of the Hot Country Songs in February.