About the song "champagne problems"

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Taylor Swift dropped evermore at midnight, an album featuring three songs William Bowery, aka Swift's boyfriend Joe Alwyn, co-wrote with her. Of the tracks, "champagne problems" is the one most focused on a proposal amid fan theories the two could be revealing through Swift's new music that they're secretly engaged. But the song doesn't end with the woman saying yes. In a twist, she says no. So is that rooted in reality?

In her evermore note, Swift called out "champagne problems" specifically as "the one where longtime college sweethearts had very different plans for the same night, one to end it and one who brought a ring."The song tells a story, one not about her and Alwyn but characters. Alwyn and Swift, after all, started dating in their mid-20s, have been together for four years, and remain a couple.

Full lyrics of "Champagne problems" in Taylor Swift's Evermore album

[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


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

You won't remember all my

Champagne problems


You won't remember all my

Champagne problems

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Swift and Alwyn have kept their relationship private on purpose, although Swift described Alwyn as her "boyfriend" in Entertainment Weekly's interview with her released this week, shutting down engagement and breakup rumors. Additionally, a source spoke to Entertainment Tonight about the two's relationship last week, describing them as still just seriously dating and planning a future together.

The two's song "champagne problems" tells a poignant story though—and offers a rare showcase of Alwyn and Swift's teamwork and joint writing skills. Here, the lyrics via Genius to take in, reports elle.com.

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