Goin' to the Party

Album: Boys & Girls (2012)
  • The night's good when you feel like a child
    And when people tell us we need to straighten out
    I'm gonna walk right across this town
    Yelling your name and I'll wait for you to come on down
    Have you had yourself a good time for a while lately now
    I just can't understand what you're so worried about

    You're going to the party by the end of tonight
    There's gonna be dancing and there's gonna be a fight

    Guess who's gonna be there for you
    When you're too drunk to know what the heck you're doing
    I'm right here to carry you on home
    And it won't be long

    Gotta take me home now,
    I know you ain't drinking water
    You gotta take me back 'cause
    I'm still somebody's daughter, alright

    You're going to the party by the end of tonight
    There's gonna be dancing and there's gonna be a fight Writer/s: Brittany Amber Howard, Heath Allen Fogg, Steven William Johnson, Zachary Riley Cockrell
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