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Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik have teamed up on a steamy new single, which will be featured on the upcoming Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack. Here’s how you can download, stream and listen to “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever.”

Taylor Swift is well-known for surprising her fans with new music. Recently, the 26-year-old singer joined forces with former One Direction member, Zayn Malik and released an original song for Fifty Shades Darker. Fans of the two are searching for Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik’s new song download, after the “Wildest Dreams” singer posted a clip of the song on Instagram. Listen to, download, or stream “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever,” Taylor Swift’s new song with Zayn Malik from Fifty Shades Darker.

Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik’s “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever”

The sultry single was released late Thursday night (December 8) and was produced by Jack Antonoff. It was co-written by Swift, Antonoff, and Sam Dew specifically for the erotic drama, set to be released on Valentine’s Day 2017, and the song is already poised to be number one on iTunes! Immediately after the song was released, Zayn Malik’s girlfriend, Victoria’s Secret Angel Gigi Hadid, as well as Jack Antonoff’s girlfriend and Girls creator Lena Dunham, shared the announcement on Instagram.

Here’s a snippet of the “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” lyrics. For the complete lyrics of Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik’s new song from Fifty Shades Darker, check out Genius.

I’ve been looking sad in all the nicest places
Baby, baby, I feel crazy
I see you around in all these empty faces
All night, all night and every day
I’ve been looking sad in all the nicest places
Give me something, oh, but you say nothing
Now I’m in a cab, tell ’em where your place is
What is happening tonight?

“I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” will be 23-years-old Malik’s last single of the year before the release of his upcoming album in February. Click here to buy the single and download on iTunes now!

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