7 Rings Lyrics and Meaning Ariana Grande

The words to Ariana Grande’s song 7 rings have a multifaceted significance. 7 Rings is one of the most significant anthems that accurately reflects feminism. In the other side, this album illustrates the implications of Ariana’s latest intimate partnership shortcomings. The song can be viewed in whatever manner we choose, and it will always be a smash success. I had to calculate how many times I’d performed this hit, and it came to about 1,300 times, equating to 3,900 minutes, or around 65 hours. The number continues to rise.

7 Rings Song Lyrics

[Verse 1]

Yeah, breakfast at Tiffany’s and bottles of bubbles
Girls with tattoos who like getting in trouble
Lashes and diamonds, ATM machines
Buy myself all of my favorite things (Yeah)
Been through some bad shit, I should be a sad bitch
Who woulda thought it’d turn me to a savage?
Rather be tied up with calls and not strings
Write my own checks like I write what I sing, yeah (Yeah)


Ariana Grande begins the song by enjoying a good time with her friends at Tiffany, her beloved jewellery shop in New York. Her mental instability may have stemmed from the death of her ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller, and her fractured relationship with Pete Davidson. “We needed some retail therapy,” Ariana Grande said in an interview with Billboard. She had gone on a shopping binge to cheer herself up.

People should place themselves in Ariana’s shoes to see how they feel. It is impossible to live an existence. In just a brief amount of time, Ariana had to go through too much. For her mental wellbeing, she is seeking to feel disconnected from any human relations. She believes that binding herself up with cuffs during sexual activities is healthier for her mental wellbeing than being physically available to all.


My wrist, stop watchin’, my neck is flossy
Make big deposits, my gloss is poppin’
You like my hair? Gee, thanks, just bought it
I see it, I like it, I want it, I got it (Yeah)


Multiple media outlets reported negative articles regarding her after she called off her marriage. In their posts, they criticised her integrity. People are practically told to avoid following Ariana’s every step. This segment of the song highlights her intensity. She is wealthy, attractive, and popular. No one should challenge her preference of lifestyle based on her line “I see it, I like it, I want it, I got it.” She is a powerful, independent individual who is not forced to obey society’s laws while denying her mental health.


I want it, I got it, I want it, I got it
I want it, I got it, I want it, I got it
You like my hair? Gee, thanks, just bought it
I see it, I like it, I want it, I got it (Yep)


Ariana Grande is a powerful spokesperson for feminism in this film. Ariana states in the chorus that she should be allowed to live her life the way she wishes. While some people’s way of life isn’t their cup of tea, they should consider whining about Ariana Grande.

[Verse 2]

Wearing a ring, but ain’t gon’ be no “Mrs.”
Bought matching diamonds for six of my bitches
I’d rather spoil all my friends with my riches
Think retail therapy my new addiction
Whoever said money can’t solve your problems
Must not have had enough money to solve ’em
They say, “Which one?” I say, “Nah, I want all of ’em”
Happiness is the same price as red-bottoms


The singer stunned everyone when she declared, “Wearing a ring, but ain’t gon’ be no Mrs.” in response to questions about her split relationship with Pete Davidson. Ariana claims that she doesn’t need a guy to be content. She’d rather spend time with her friends, go shopping with them, and have a nice time with them than be in a dysfunctional relationship.

Her interpersonal fragility was exacerbated by her two failed relationships in a row. She got hooked to ‘retail therapy’ to keep herself occupied and comfortable due to her poor emotional condition. This depicts the ramifications of breaking up with someone who is in a dysfunctional relationship. She was unable to cope with herself. As a result, she wanted to stock up on all of her favourite products in order to keep herself busy.


My smile is beamin’ (Yeah), my skin is gleamin’ (Is gleamin’)
The way it shine, I know you’ve seen it (You’ve seen it)
I bought a crib just for (Just for) the closet (Closet)
Both his and hers, I want it, I got it, yeah


In the song’s second Pre-Chorus, Ariana Grande also strongly reflects feminism. The artist is very wealthy, and she is free to do whatever she likes because she has chosen to live her life this way. Instead of moaning about dead marriages, she’d just purchase homes for her mates and have fun with them.


I want it, I got it, I want it, I got it
I want it, I got it, I want it, I got it (Baby)
You like my hair? Gee, thanks, just bought it (Oh yeah)
I see it, I like it, I want it, I got it (Yep)

[Verse 3]

Yeah, my receipts be lookin’ like phone numbers
If it ain’t money, then wrong number
Black card is my business card
The way it be settin’ the tone for me
I don’t mean to brag, but I be like, “Put it in the bag,” yeah
When you see them racks, they stacked up like my ass, yeah
Shoot, go from the store to the booth
Make it all back in one loop, gimme the loot
Never mind, I got the juice
Nothing but net when we shoot
Look at my neck, look at my jet
Ain’t got enough money to pay me respect
Ain’t no budget when I’m on the set
If I like it, then that’s what I get, yeah


Despite the fact that her marriages haven’t worked out, she is nevertheless a good businesswoman. Ariana seems to be devoting all of her attention to her imagination and company in this verse. People should try to uplift their personal lives through the peaks and downs of their relationships.

The album as a whole reflects feminism and what it is. It is a matter about offering society a preference. If they don’t want to offer us what we want, we have no choice but to accept it. People should mind their own business rather than obsessively following someone’s existence in order to gossip about them. We, as a group, should avoid whining about the personal lives of others who are always in the public spotlight and instead concentrate on our own.


I want it, I got it, I want it, I got it (Oh yeah)
I want it, I got it, I want it, I got it (Oh yeah, yeah)
You like my hair? Gee, thanks, just bought it
I see it, I like it, I want it, I got it (I see, yep)

Some Fun Facts About The Song

  • “7 Rings” is the third single from Ariana Grande’s 5th studio album “thank u, next”. The song was premiered on January 18, 2019, accompanied by a music video.
  • Ariana Grande posted a message on Twitter, that she had written this song after a day in New York City, when she and her friends (six of them) gone shopping. There, she’d bought them all rings at Tiffany’s. One of the friends said afterwards that Ariana should turn it into a song.
  • The song samples “My Favorite Things” from Rodgers & Hammerstein’s classic musical “The Sound of Music”.

About The Artist

Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande-Butera is an American singer and actress. Born in Boca Raton, Florida, Grande began her career at age 15 in the 2008 Broadway musical 13. She rose to fame for her role as Cat Valentine in the Nickelodeon television series Victorious (2010–2013) and Sam & Cat (2013–2014). She subsequently signed with Republic Records in 2011 after the label’s executives discovered YouTube videos of her covering songs. Her 1950s doo-wop-influenced pop and R&B debut album, Yours Truly (2013), topped the US Billboard 200 chart, while its lead single, “The Way”, charted in the top ten of the US Billboard Hot 100. Upon release, critics compared Grande to Mariah Carey for her wide vocal range and whistle register.

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