After the Afterparty

Album: Single release only (2016)
Charted: 29
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  • 'Cause after the afterparty, we're gonna keep it goin'
    We're gonna rip it up, the neighbors might complain

    I think it's almost 4am, but baby, I'm still feeling just fine
    Ice all up in a plastic cup, and I'ma keep on sipping all night, yeah
    I might've kissed a thousand lips, but maybe that's just all in my mind
    Some people never understand the way we live, but we're living life

    Uh huh, uh huh, Monday to Sunday, it's never too late
    So everyone say, "We don't wanna stop!"

    'Cause after the afterparty, we're gonna keep it goin'
    We're gonna rip it up, the neighbors might complain
    'Cause after the afterparty, we're gonna stay 'til mornin'
    Then when our time is up, we'll do it all again
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
    We're all in love

    I'm hangin' on my best friend's couch and my clothes are all on the floor
    I got glitter in my underwear like it was Studio 54, yeah
    I can't remember why I love it, but I need it baby, clap, bring on the encore
    Let's pour another drink, the glasses go
    Yeah, we're always up for one more

    Uh huh, uh huh, Monday to Sunday, it's never too late
    So everyone say, "We don't wanna stop!"

    'Cause after the afterparty, we're gonna keep it goin'
    We're gonna rip it up, the neighbors might complain
    'Cause after the afterparty, we're gonna stay 'til mornin'
    Then when our time is up, we'll do it all again
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
    We're all in love
    We're all in love

    Monday to Sunday doing it our way
    RiRi on replay, cheers to the weekday
    We're all in, we're all in love, yeah
    And we do it like ice cream for dinner
    Bucket of liqueur, we're getting sicker
    Don't need Ibiza
    We're all in, we're all in love, yeah
    Drop, drop, drop, drop, drop
    And we do it like
    Monday to Sunday doing it our way
    RiRi on replay, cheers to the weekday
    We're all in, we're all in love, yeah

    'Cause after the afterparty, we're gonna keep it goin'
    We're gonna rip it up, the neighbours might complain
    'Cause after the afterparty, we're gonna stay 'til mornin'
    Then when our time is up, we'll do it all again
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
    We're all in love
    We're all in love

    Monday to Sunday doing it our way
    RiRi on replay, cheers to the weekday
    We're all in, we're all in love, yeah (we're all in love) Writer/s: Charlotte Aitchison, Eyelar Mirzazadeh, Fred Gibson, Mikkel Eriksen, Miles Parks Mccollum, Rachel Agatha Keen, Rachel Keen, Tor Erik Hermansen, Tor Hermansen
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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