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* EverytownAmerica: The subject of "half of my hometown"... except at the end, where she and guest vocalist Music/KennyChesney reveal that the song is about their shared hometown of Knoxville, Tennessee.


* AllLowercaseLetters: Every song on her SelfTitledAlbum "kelsea", as well as the album itself.

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* AllLowercaseLetters: Every song on her SelfTitledAlbum "kelsea", as well as the The album itself.''kelsea'' and all of its songs are rendered this way.



* BlatantLies: In "Hole in the Bottle", she claims she doesn't miss her ex and the bottle of wine is just leaking.

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* BlatantLies: In "Hole "hole in the Bottle", bottle", she claims she doesn't miss her ex and the bottle of wine is just leaking.


CountryMusic singer from Tennessee.

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Kelsea Ballerini (born September 12, 1993) is a CountryMusic singer from Tennessee.



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* BlatantLies: In "Hole in the Bottle", she claims she doesn't miss her ex and the bottle of wine is just leaking.


* TheMistress: "the other girl" is about two women who ponder which of them is this trope and which is the "main" girl to an [[YourCheatingHeart unfaithful boyfriend]].

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* TheMistress: "the other girl" is about two women who ponder which of them is this trope and which is the "main" girl to an [[YourCheatingHeart unfaithful boyfriend]].boyfriend.


* ''ballerini'' (2010)

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* UnpluggedVersion: ''ballerini'' is an acoustic remix of ''kelsea''.


* AllLowercaseLetters: Her 2020 single "homecoming queen?"

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* AllLowercaseLetters: Her 2020 single "homecoming queen?"Every song on her SelfTitledAlbum "kelsea", as well as the album itself.



* ShoutOut: "Peter Pan" contains obvious parallels to ''Literature/PeterPan'', comparing the male in the song to a boy who will never grow up.

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* TheMistress: "the other girl" is about two women who ponder which of them is this trope and which is the "main" girl to an [[YourCheatingHeart unfaithful boyfriend]].
* ShoutOut: "Peter Pan" contains obvious parallels to ''Literature/PeterPan'', comparing the male in the song to a boy who will never grow up.up.
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* AllLowercaseLetters: Her 2020 single "homecoming queen?"



* LoudnessWar: Her albums were produced by amateurs and it shows. "Peter Pan" in particular has noticeable clipping.

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* LoudnessWar: Her first two albums were produced by amateurs and it shows. "Peter Pan" in particular has noticeable clipping.

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* IntercoursewithYou: "Yeah Boy" hints at this.

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* IntercoursewithYou: IntercourseWithYou: "Yeah Boy" hints at this.


* AntiLoveSongs: "I Hate Love Songs" is about how she hates all of the usual romantic tropes, but still loves her man anyway.

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* AntiLoveSongs: AntiLoveSong: "I Hate Love Songs" is about how she hates all of the usual romantic tropes, but still loves her man anyway.

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CountryMusic singer from Tennessee.

Ballerini signed to the independent Black River label when she was only 19, and two years later she issued her debut single "Love Me Like You Mean It". The song went on to become a surprise #1 on the country music charts, making not only for the first #1 for the small independent Black River label, but also the first time since Music/CarrieUnderwood that a female country artist had topped the charts with her debut single. Her debut album ''The First Time'' launched three more hits in "Dibs", "Peter Pan", and "Yeah Boy", while her second album ''Unapologetically'' includes the #1 hit "Legends".

Due to her relative youth and mostly self-penned songs, Ballerini has been seen as a parallel to a younger Music/TaylorSwift.

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* ''The First Time'' (2016)
* ''Unapologetically'' (2018)

!Tropes present in her work:
* AntiLoveSongs: "I Hate Love Songs" is about how she hates all of the usual romantic tropes, but still loves her man anyway.
* BreakupSong: "Legends" recalls a former relationship, saying that the two were "legends" before they broke up.
* EvenTheGuysWantHim: Suggested in "Dibs", which contains lyrics such as "I know everybody wants you".
* IntercoursewithYou: "Yeah Boy" hints at this.
* LoudnessWar: Her albums were produced by amateurs and it shows. "Peter Pan" in particular has noticeable clipping.
* ShoutOut: "Peter Pan" contains obvious parallels to ''Literature/PeterPan'', comparing the male in the song to a boy who will never grow up.

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