December 8, 2014 9:20 AM EST

Like all great romances—not necessarily unlike some of the ones behind the songs—our love affair with Taylor Swift‘s latest album continues to take us on new and exciting adventures.

This one is three minutes.

YouTube stars Sam Tsui and Kurt Schneider (perhaps you’ve watched their Michael Jackson medley) covered all 13 songs from the singer’s official ode to pop, 1989. Condensing all the chart-toppers and hits-to-be – from “Blank Space” to “Shake It Off” to “Style” – the duo’s mashup is so good, you’ll want to take a break from 1989 to give it a thorough listen. (We said break, not breakup; we always come back to you.)

Their medley runs just slightly shorter than Pentatonix bandmates Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying’s under-four-minutes album cover, which was released last month. (Watch that one here.)

As for Swift, 24, she has plenty to be proud of: Not only did 1989 make history for selling more copies in one week than any album since 2002, but she also just picked up three Grammy nominations for “Shake It Off.”

MORE: TIME’s interview with Taylor Swift

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