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Champagne Problems

[Verse 1]
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
[Verse 2]
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 Pérignon, 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
[Verse 3]
Your Midas touch on the Chevy door
November flushed and your flannel cured
"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
You won't remember all my
Champagne problems
You won't remember all my
Champagne problems
  • Champagne problems:

    An expression similar to "white people problems" or "first world problems"

  • Dom Pérignon:

    Dom Pérignon is a brand of vintage Champagne produced by the Champagne house of Moët & Chandon.

  • Midas touch:

    According to Greek mythology, King Midas was blessed to turn into gold anything he touched. However, soon he understood that he was cursed instead. He wasn't able to eat or drink and at the end he turned his daughter into a golden statue.

  • One for the money, two for the show:

    One for the money, two for the show is half of a rhyme used as a countdown to begin a task. The entire rhyme is: one for the money, two for the show, three to make ready and four to go. Children have used this little poem since the mid-1800s as a countdown to starting a race or competition.

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Adicionado por Sir WoodySir Woody em Sexta-feira, 11/12/2020 - 07:38
Última edição feita por BlackRyderBlackRyder em Sexta-feira, 29/04/2022 - 20:59


Jelly CatJelly Cat    Sábado, 12/12/2020 - 08:36

November flushed and your flannel cured → November flush and your flannel cure (check the embedded lyric video)
Simply it doesn't make sense in the former sense.

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