By Jane Asher
Updated Oct 24, 2016 @ 5:15 pm
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Taylor Swift is here to stay in the music business, and the 26-year-old musician took to Instagram to thank her fans for their love and support over the past decade, as she celebrates the 10th anniversary of her debut album, Taylor Swift today.

"10 years ago today, my first album came out," she captioned a throwback photo of a young Taylor focused on her guitar, clad in none other than the '00s teen uniform: a Victoria's Secret Pink hoodie and capri jeans. "I couldn't be more grateful today, thinking back on how much fun we've had and how you've encouraged me to change and grow. It's been such an adventure, guys. Thank you for all of it."

Swift performed over the weekend at Austin, Texas's Formula 1 race, singing plenty of her older classics like "22" and "Fifteen," plus a few songs off of her latest album, 1989. But the song that caught everyone's attention on Saturday was her cover of Calvin Harris's "This Is What You Came For," the same tune that caused plenty of drama for the pop princess over the summer.

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Although fans were hoping for the release of her sixth album on Sunday, thanks to many a rumor that an album would come out on 10.23.16 (which, when added up, amounts to 13, Swift's lucky number), it seems like we have to wait a little white longer for some new Taylor Swift tunes.