It's my party and I'll cry if I want to Cry if I want to Cry if I want to You would cry too if it's happened to you Nobody knows where my johnny has gone But Judy left the same time Why was he holding her hand When he's supposed to be mine
Play all my records keep dancing all night But leave me alone for a while 'Till johnny's dancing with me I've got no reason to smile
Judy and johnny just walked through that door Like a queen with her king Oh what a birthday surprise Judy's wearing his ring
Writer/s: Elof Loelv, Herb Wiener, John Gluck Jr., Joseph Bartlett-Vanderpuye, Seymour Gottlieb, Wally Gold
Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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