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The song was written by Paul Epworth and Adele, who described it as a "dark blues-y gospel disco tune. The song was critically acclaimed upon its release. The single peaked at number one in some countries in Europe, as well in Canada and the United States. As of November , "Rolling in the Deep" had sold over 28 million copies in the United States, making it her best-selling single outside her home country, topping her previous best-selling " Chasing Pavements. The song has also become Adele's first number-one song in the United States, reaching the top spot of four Billboard charts. Adele wrote the first verse of the song in a Chinese restaurant that she had performed at in and then didn't finish the song until two years later, when she finished the song with Paul Epworth, seeking inspiration for the remainder of the song in her relationship with her ex-boyfriend. She showed up ready to write a tragic and lovelorn ballad. In an interview, she expressed her initial reservations prior to meeting with Epworth due to their divergent musical styles, but characterized their collaboration as "a match made in heaven. He brought my voice out as well—there's notes that I hit in that song ["Rolling in the Deep"] that I never even knew I could hit.