Champagne Problems

Album: Evermore (2020)
Charted: 15 21
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  • You booked the night train for a reason
    So you could sit there in this hurt
    Bustling crowds or silent sleepers
    You're not sure which is worse

    Because I dropped your hand while dancing
    Left you out there standing
    Crestfallen on the landing
    Champagne problems
    Your mom's ring in your pocket
    My picture in your wallet
    Your heart was glass, I dropped it
    Champagne problems

    You told your family for a reason
    You couldn't keep it in
    Your sister splashed out on the bottle
    Now no one's celebrating

    Dom Perignon, you brought it
    No crowd of friends applauded
    Your hometown skeptics called it
    Champagne problems
    You had a speech, you're speechless
    Love slipped beyond your reaches
    And I couldn't give a reason
    Champagne problems

    Your Midas touch on the Chevy door
    November flush and your flannel cure
    "This dorm was once a madhouse"
    I made a joke "Well, it's made for me" how
    Evergreen, our group of friends
    Don't think we'll say that word again
    And soon they'll have the nerve to deck the halls
    That we once walked through
    One for the money, two for the show
    I never was ready, so I watch you go
    Sometimes you just don't know the answer
    'Til someone's on their knees and asks you
    "She would've made such a lovely bride
    What a shame she's fucked in the head" they said
    But you'll find the real thing instead
    She'll patch up your tapestry that I shred

    And hold your hand while dancing
    Never leave you standing
    Crestfallen on the landing
    With champagne problems
    Your mom's ring in your pocket
    Her picture in your wallet
    And you won't remember all my
    Champagne problems

    You won't remember all my
    Champagne problems Writer/s: Taylor Alison Swift, William Bowery
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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