Taylor Swift Owns the 'SNL' Stage With Moving Performances of 'Lover' and 'False God'

Taylor Swift and Phoebe Waller-Bridge
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The singer delivered two powerful performances on 'SNL' over the weekend.

Taylor Swift hasn't lost a beat since the last time she stepped out onto the Saturday Night Live stage.

Swift served as the SNL musical guest over the weekend -- marking her fifth time performing on the sketch series -  and the songstress absolutely slayed with two powerful, emotional sets.

For her first performance, Swift was alone on stage rocking a green ensemble, sitting behind a green piano and in front of an emerald backdrop, surrounded by fluttering sheets of music in the air, which seemed to be suspended in time.

Delicately playing the piano, Swift delivered a touching acoustic rendition of "Lover" that captivated the audience with its beautiful simplicity and raw emotion.

For her second set of the night, Swift donned a black blazer and dark ensemble and walked out onto a dimly lit set filled with Edison bulbs on stands for a performance of her sultry, saxophone-infused tune, "False God."

Joined by SNL band member and long-time sax star Lenny Pickett, as well as her keyboardist and two back-up dancers, Swift instantly made "False God" a song worth worshiping.

On Thursday, Swift sat down with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show, and teased what songs she'd be performing during her appearance on SNL, while still remaining, appropriately, "a little cryptic."

"I'll do 'Lover,' but in a way I haven't performed it before," Swift revealed. "And then I'm going to do a song that I have never performed before at all, live."

Hopefully, we'll get to see her perform it more often in the future. SNL airs live, coast-to-coast on Saturdays at 11:30 p.m. ET, 8:30 p.m. PT on NBC.