Taylor Swift has the kind of problems only superstar pop artists have: she's got so many hits she can't even decide which one to play at Sunday night's Grammy Awards. So, she did what any self-respecting fan-pleaser would do: she asked her Twitter followers to remind her what song they wanted her to perform at the big show.

Along with a black and white picture of her at the piano during Grammy rehearsals on Thursday, Swift said, "I'm trying to remember ... What was the song a lot of you were saying you wanted me to perform at the #Grammys?"

Well, believe it or not, her Swifties has plenty of ideas for her. Many of them suggested the tune Taylor said was one of the hardest Red tracks she wrote, you know, the one that is allegedly about ex Jake Gyllenhaal.

"ALL TOO WELL" a number of them suggested of the song reportedly written in honor of Swift's former flame that features the lyrics, "And I know it's long gone/And that magic's not here no more/And I might be okay/But I'm not fine at all."

The votes seemed overwhelmingly in favor of that track, with one fan saying, "This song always made me cry."

Another suggested the Red track "I Almost Do," while "Everything Has Changed" and "Lucky One" also got some nods. There were some throwback votes too for a song that Swift has performed on a number of awards shows, "I Knew You Were Trouble."

We've heard "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," "Trouble," "22" and "Red" a lot already, so maybe she'll perform her most recent single, "The Last Time," a duet with Snow Patrol's Gary Lightbody?

You'll just have to wait for Sunday night to find out.

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