According to a track listing on Amazon.com, the new tracks include "Jump Then Fall," "Untouchable," "Come in With the Rain," "Superstar" and "The Other Side of the Door." The album, which was originally released last November, will also have a new "Piano Version" of her Joe Jonas breakup ode, "Forever & Always." Previews of the tracks appeared online earlier on Monday, but have since been removed at the request of Swift's record label, Big Machine Records.
The set comes with a DVD of several music videos from the singer, including her VMA-winning "You Belong with Me" as well as "Love Story." It will also include behind-the-scenes featurettes and the video of her CMT Awards collaboration with T-Pain, "Thug Story."
Over the weekend, Swift was honored at the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, where she received the Nashville Songwriters Association International's songwriter/artist of the year award, according to The Tennessean.
"I'm fascinated by relationships and love and boys and the prospect of a happy ending, and completely analyzing it when I don't experience a happy ending," Swift said. "That's my number one inspiration when writing. I've always left the traveling aspect — the planes, trains and automobiles aspect of my life — out of my songwriting, because I remember when I was younger and I heard those kinds of songs, I just couldn't really relate to it that much. ... I try to stick to feelings and emotions and that's where I write from."