Pop That Bottle

Album: Thirty One (2015)

Songfacts®:

  • Songwriters Phil Barton and Lindsay Rimes came out on the road with Jana Kramer to write a few songs. Both this cut and "Dance In the Rain" made it onto Thirty One. She told Billboard magazine: "We had so much fun with that one. My fans like to have a good time so we were like, 'Hey, let's write a song about going out and partying.' I love drinking wine and popping bottles."
  • Kramer told I Heart Radio: "I wrote just because my fans love to have a really good time, and I love wine too. Us girls, we know how to go out and have a good time, so it's just a really fun like party, drinking song."

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