Champagne Problems by Taylor Swift

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Taylor Alison Swift is an American singer-songwriter. Her discography spans multiple genres, and her narrative songwriting, which is often inspired by her personal life, has received widespread media coverage and critical praise. Born in West Reading, Pennsylvania, Swift relocated to Nashville, Tennessee in 2004 to pursue a career in country music. She broke into the country music scene with her eponymous self-titled debut studio album, "Taylor Swift" in 2006, which included the singles "Teardrops on My Guitar" and "Our Song".

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"champagne problems" is the second track from Taylor Swift’s ninth studio album, evermore. It was released on December 11, 2020, through Republic Records. “champagne problems” tells the story of a woman who shocks her would-be fiancé and their loved ones by turning down a marriage proposal right before Christmas. In an essay about evermore, Swift stated that the song depicts “longtime college sweethearts [who] had very different plans for the same night, one to end it and one who brought a ring.” The song implies that the protagonist has a history of mental illness, which the town subsequently stigmatizes in their gossip surrounding the failed proposal. Mental health is a topic especially personal to Swift, who has been transparent publicly about her own struggles. As quoted in an interview with the Zach Sang show: "I definitely don’t feel good all the time, and I don’t think anybody does…there have been times where I needed to take years off because I just felt exhausted, or I felt, like, really low or really bad." On an interview with Apple Music, Swift explained: "Well, Joe and I really love sad songs, we’ve always bonded over music. He started that one and came up with the melodic structure of it. I’d say it was a surprise that we started writing together but, in a way, it wasn’t, ‘cause we have always bonded over music and have the same musical taste, and he’s always the person who’s showing me songs by artists, and then they become my favourite songs or whatever. [The “champagne problems” bridge] was one of my favourites to write, I really love a bridge where you tell the full story in a bridge, you really shift gears in that bridge. I’m so excited to, one day, be in front of a crowd when they all sing, 'She would’ve made such a lovely bride, what a shame she’s fucked in the head.’ I know it’s so sad, but it’s those songs like “All Too Well” where performing that song is one of the most joyful experiences I ever go through so, when there’s a song like “champagne problems” where you know it’s so sad, but… I love a sad song, y'know?" This song debuted #21 on Billboard’s Hot 100, being the second-highest charting song off the album.

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