"Champagne" as written by and Paul Brandon Gilbert....
Look out my window one more time
Seems like another day
Watch as the mailman passes by
Bringin' some bills to pay
Suddenly appears a package
Sent here by a friend, gourmet

Champagne, only for awhile now
Champagne, stop me anytime
Champagne, take me for a ride now
Champagne, used to drinking wine

Not a bad thing, thank you my friend
For relieving some pain

Look through the note that's set inside
Says to enjoy with friends
Too bad my best one said goodbye
Told me it was the end
I don't want to drink a drop now
Got nothing to celebrate


Such a sad thing, please my friend
Won't you heal this pain

Where could she be
So many fish in the sea
For her unfortunately
She's not the only one

Look at my new friend dressed up tight
What am I supposed to think
I'll take her out to grab a bite
Then bring her home to drink
Some of my divine love potion
Near a number nine bouquet


Not a bad thing, thank you my friend
For relieving some pain

Lyrics submitted by alterEgo

"Champagne" as written by Paul Brandon Gilbert

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