Somebody’s Problem – Morgan Wallen

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Morgan Wallen debuted with three new songs from her upcoming sophomore double album Dangerous, including “Somebody’s Problem” from the Dangerous album scheduled for January 8, 2021. The 30-track double album has been in the works for almost three years. written largely by Wallen throughout the chapter in his career that has established him as “the fastest growing young star in the country.” (Variety).

Morgan Wallen Releases “Somebody’s Problem,” “Still Goin Down” And “Livin’ The Dream” From Upcoming Double Album

Morgan Wallen debuted three new tracks from his upcoming double sophomore album, Dangerous, including “Somebody’s Problem,” “Still Goin Down” and “Livin’ The Dream.” Along with releasing the three new songs, the country superstar’s new album is now available for pre-order. The album pre-order comes alongside the aforementioned three instant-grat tracks upon purchase.

Dangerous features such talented writers as Ashley Gorley, Shane McAnally, Hillary Lindsey, Rhett Akins and Lee Thomas Miller, to two of Wallen’s greatest musical inspirations, Eric Church and Jason Isbell, to his closest musical confidants HARDY, ERNEST. and Ryan Vojtesak. (aka Charlie Handsome), Dangerous: The Double Album further establishes the signature sound created by Wallen and producer Joey Moi on their No. 1 platinum debut, If I Know Me.

Ahead of a Double Album, Morgan Wallen Shares Three New Songs

Although the release of his double album is still months away, Morgan Wallen is satisfying fans with the digital release of three new tracks: “Somebody’s Problem,” “Still Goin’ Down,” and “Livin’ the Dream.” Wallen co-wrote all three songs, which will be on Dangerous: The Double Album, set for release on January 8, 2021, on Big Loud Records.

In a statement last week, Wallen said: “The ‘double album’ idea started as a joke between my manager and I because we had accumulated so many songs in the last few years. Then the quarantine came and we realized that it might actually be possible to have enough time to make it happen. I also ended up writing quite a few more songs during my quarantine with some of my good friends. “
Wallen added: “After a few months of production and set-up, I am very proud of what we came up with. I know 32 (eventual) songs sound like a lot to digest, but I really did my best to make sure there isn’t a song where I would hit “next”. I also wanted the songs to talk about multiple phases of life and have multiple different sounds based on my influences and what I enjoy. “

Morgan Wallen Puts His Wild Lifestyle on Display in New Song ‘Livin’ the Dream’

Morgan Wallen doubles down on his wild, fast-paced lifestyle in “Livin’ the Dream,” one of a trio of new songs the Tennessee native released on Friday as a preview of his new album .

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Morgan Wallen is setting chart records. This week, the Tennessee native becomes the first artist to have two songs debut in the top 10 at the same time on the Hot Country Songs chart, with ” Somebody’s Problem” and ” Still Goin’ Down” sitting at numbers three and eight, respectively.

Weekly Register: Morgan Wallen Dominates Top Country Streaming Songs Rankings

Morgan Wallen holds the top three tracks on the country on-demand audio streaming chart this week, according to Nielsen. Wallen leads with “Somebody’s Problem” at No. 1 with 14 million streams, followed by “Still Goin’ Down” at No. 2 with 10 million streams, and “More Than My Hometown” at No.

Somebody’s Problem – Morgan Wallen

[Verse 1]
A ‘Bama red 4Runner pulled into the party
With a 30-A sticker on the back windshield
Two-tone tank top slippin’ off her shoulder
Kinda girl when she steps out, the world stands still
Ooh, I know where this is goin’
I already know it

[Chorus]
She’s somebody’s problem, somebody’s goodbye
Somebody’s last call number that they can’t find
Somebody’s best day, somebody’s worst night
Somebody’s reason for leavin’ on the porch light
Thinkin’ ’bout them tan lines and I’m thinkin’ damn, I’d
Love to drown in them heartbreaker blue eyes
She’s somebody’s problem and somebody’s problem’s
About to be mine
About to be mine

[Verse 2]
Kinda girl once you’ve had her, you can’t stand to lose her
Kinda girl where your friends tell you don’t F it up
Kinda girl that goes from tryin’ to just to get her number
To slidin’ through the summer to talkin’ ’bout love
Ooh, I think I’m likin’ where it’s goin’
I’d like to try me some of

[Chorus]
Somebody’s problem, somebody’s goodbye
Somebody’s last call number that they can’t find
Somebody’s best day, somebody’s worst night
Somebody’s reason for leavin’ on the porch light
Thinkin’ ’bout them tan lines and I’m thinkin’ damn, I’d
Love to drown in them heartbreaker blue eyes
She’s somebody’s problem and somebody’s problem’s
About to be mine
About to be mine

[Bridge]
Oh, hey baby, don’t just keep me wishin’
Oh, let me get to fixin’

[Chorus]
Somebody’s problem, somebody’s goodbye
Somebody’s last call number that they can’t find
Somebody’s best day, somebody’s worst night
Somebody’s reason for leavin’ on the porch light
Thinkin’ ’bout them tan lines and I’m thinkin’ damn, I’d
Love to drown in them heartbreaker blue eyes
She’s somebody’s problem and somebody’s problem’s
About to be mine
About to be mine
About to be mine
About to be mine