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Videos: Taylor Swift’s Coast-to-Coast Cover Songs

Watch the pop-country star perform versions of hits by Springsteen, Green Day, Eminem and more

Taylor Swift performs on the stage at LP Field at the 2011 CMA Music Festival on June 12th, 2011

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Taylor Swift has been honoring the music of many cities on her North American tour for Speak Now by playing covers of hits by local stars. Swift's repertoire is wide-ranging, tackling everyone from Bruce Springsteen, the Beach Boys and the Jackson 5 to TLC, Fall Out Boy and Eminem. In addition to these solo acoustic performances, Swift has also performed with local stars at some shows, with guests including Usher, T.I., Justin Bieber and Nicki Minaj. You can check out all of the county pop star's covers and collaborations in the following videos. 

By Matthew Perpetua

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‘Lose Yourself’ and ‘Smile’ in Grand Rapids

Swift performed this medley of Eminem's anthem "Lose Yourself" and Uncle Kracker's crossover hit "Smile" at her show at the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on July 28th.

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‘Who Knew’ and ‘Unpretty’ in Philadelphia

Swift played Pink's "Who Knew" and TLC's "Unpretty" at her show at the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on August 6th.

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‘Just a Dream’ in St. Louis

Swift played this acoustic version of Nelly's "Just a Dream" at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri, on August 14th.

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‘Baby’ with Justin Bieber in Los Angeles

Justin Bieber hit the stage to perform his smash hit "Baby" with Swift at her August 23rd show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, much to the delight of every teen girl in attendance.

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‘I’m Yours’ with Jason Mraz in Los Angeles

Singer-songwriter Jason Mraz joined Swift at her August 24th show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles to duet on his song "I'm Yours."

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‘Tonight Tonight’ with Hot Chelle Rae in Los Angeles

Hot Chelle Rae joined Swift onstage at her August 27th show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles to perform their hit single "Tonight Tonight."

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‘Super Bass’ with Nicki Minaj in Los Angeles

Hip-hop queen Nicki Minaj joined Swift onstage at her August 28th show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles to perform her hit "Super Bass."

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‘Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)’ in San Jose

Swift played this acoustic rendition of Green Day's "Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)" at the HP Pavilion in San Jose, California, on September 2nd.

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‘Summer of ’69’ in Vancouver

Swift played this acoustic version of the Bryan Adams hit "Summer of '69" at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada, on September 10th.

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‘That’s What You Get’ with Hayley Williams in Nashville

Paramore singer Hayley Williams joined Swift at her September 16th show at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, to sing a duet of the Paramore hit "That's What You Get."

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‘Big Star’ with Kenny Chesney in Nashville

Kenny Chesney joined Swift at her September 17th show at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville to perform his hit "Big Star."

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‘Just to See You Smile’ with Tim McGraw in Nashville

Country star Tim McGraw joined Swift at her September 17th show at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville to sing a duet of his song "Just to See You Smile."

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‘Animal’ in Salt Lake City

Swift covered Neon Trees' hit single "Animal" at the EnergySolutions Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah, on September 28th.

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‘Yeah!’ with Usher in Atlanta

Usher joined Swift onstage at her October 1st show at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, to perform his enormous hit "Yeah!"

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‘Live Your Life’ with T.I. in Atlanta

T.I. joined Swift onstage at her October 2nd gig at the Philips Arena in Atlanta to perform his hit "Live Your Life."

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‘Airplanes’ with B.o.B. in Dallas

Rapper B.o.B. joined Swift at her October 8th performance at Cowboys Stadium outside of Dallas, Texas, to perform his hit "Airplanes."

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‘Dare You to Move’ in San Diego

Swift covered the Switchfoot tune "Dare You to Move" at her October 20th show at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, California.