Taylor Swift dropped a new song, "You Need To Calm Down," to celebrate pride. This is the second song of her upcoming album "Lover".

Annie McMahon was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis in 1998, she survived two double lung transplants and is currently too ill for a third transplant. As a result, Taylor Swift's music has helped the Westchester New York based on her illness and treatment.

The 22-year-old wished to meet her idol.

On June 13, McMahon and her friends tweeted to sing Swift's 2009 hit "You Belong With Me," hoping he could catch the singer's attention. It did According to CBS-TV in New York, Swift contacted McMahon on Saturday and they were supposed to be talking for almost 20 minutes.

McMahon's father, John McMahon, thanked everyone who contributed and tweeted, "They say it needs a village, thank you for contacting your contacts, it worked, Taylor heard the scream and as a true practitioner, she answered and gave Annie McMahon the medicine she needed to breathe another day and fight the battle. THANK YOU! "

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