We usually listen to the majority of Taylor Swift's discography whenever we need a good cry -- hello, Red is the breakup-themed album of our dreams -- but it looks like her music can stop the ebb and flow of tears, too. Earlier today (March 2), Taylor tweeted out a video that showed a baby who would only stop crying when "Blank Space" was playing faintly in the distance. In case you were wondering, we can confirm that it is, in fact, the cutest thing we've seen in quite some time.

The 36-second clip shows six-month-old baby Rosie crying pretty intensely, but as soon as she hears the opening to "Blank Space" instantly calms down. That is, until the song is shut off and Rosie starts crying again. They put the song back on when her cries get louder and Rosie soon quiets down again, forgetting how upset she was a second ago and instead looking over to find the source of the music.

When Taylor tweeted out the video she wrote an appropriately excited, "THIS IS THE BEST THING I HAVE EVER SEEN," and we totally understand her enthusiasm. Babies are notoriously difficult to get to sleep or to stop crying, so to be the magic cure that ends sadness or irritation in a small child is a feat all its own. Not to mention, we're sure Rosie's parents are pretty glad they have a surefire way of calming their baby down. Hopefully it makes things easier on them when they're dead tired.

Keep ruling the world, Taylor. Check out the video above!

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