We've got just a little more than two months to wait for Taylor Swift's highly-anticipated third studio album, 'Speak Now.' But the wait is over to see the cover of the CD that will be flying off shelves come October 25.

'Speak Now' is sure to be the country superstar's most personal album yet. "I wrote all the songs myself for this record," Taylor told fans in a web chat last month. "It didn't really happen on purpose. It just sort of happened that way. I'd get my best ideas at 3:00 AM in Arkansas, and didn't have a co-writer around and I'd just finish it. And that would happen again in New York; that would happen again in Boston; that would happen again in Nashville. The songs that made the cut for the albums are the ones that I wrote by myself so – wish me luck!"

Taylor has already made musical history with the album. With its first single, 'Mine,' making its debut in the Top 5 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, Taylor becomes the second female artist in history to have multiple Top 5 debuts in a calendar year. (The only other artist who can boast that feat is Mariah Carey.) Taylor's previous straight-to-the-Top-5 debut was her song from the 'Valentine's Day' soundtrack, 'Today Was a Fairytale,' which bowed at No. 2.

Currently sitting at No. 1 on the digital sales charts, 'Mine' has had more than half a million downloads in just two weeks.