Fall Out Boy are the latest artists to be honored with a Taylor Swift cover, as she performed the Chicago pop-punk band's first hit, 'Sugar, We're Goin' Down,' at her Allstate Arena concert in Chi-Town.

Swift called the song one of her favorites from her freshman year in high school and asked the crowd to sing along as loudly as possible. She played the first half of the song, delivering the lyrics with more clarity than Fall Out Boy singer Patrick Stump, who deliberately slurred the words on the chorus of the original song.

In previous concerts, Swift had played songs by Justin Bieber in Toronto, Eminem in Detroit and Pink and TLC in Philadelphia.

We had wondered whether Swift would cover Chi-town native Kanye West, but she opted against it. So Taylor may have forgiven Kanye for interrupting her onstage at the VMAs, but that doesn't mean she's ready to perform one of his songs. Either that, or she's saving it for tonight's second Chicago show. Stay tuned!

Watch Taylor Swift Perform Fall Out Boy's 'Sugar, We're Goin' Down'