Surprise! Party! Yeah, we just thought we'd drop in! Where's your icebox? hey, where's the punch? Ew, house-a-tosis!
Who's to blame when parties really get out of hand? Who's to blame when they get poorly planned?
Crashers get bombed, slobs make a mess You know sometimes they'll even ruin your wife's dress Crashers getttin' bombed Who's to blame? Can you pull it back in line? Can you salvage it in time? What can you do to save a party? Parcheesi, charades? A spur-of-the-moment scavenger hunt Or Queen of the Nile? (aah, who turned out the lights?)
Who's to blame when situations degenerate? Disgusting things you'd never anticipate?
People get sick, they play the wrong games You know, it could ruin your name Crashers gettin' bombed Who's to blame? Can you pull it back in line? Can you salvage it in time?
It shouldn't be difficult! Try not to condemn! Okay, who ordered pizza? I'll be tactful when making the rounds Be tactful when making the rounds and maybe You can save a party gone out of bounds (party gone out of bounds) Party gone out of bounds (gone out of bounds) Party gone out of bounds Gone out of bounds
Writer/s: KATE PIERSON, FRED SCHNEIDER, KEITH STRICKLAND, CINDY WILSON, CYNTHIA WILSON, RICKY WILSON
Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., SENTRIC MUSIC
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Country star Slim Whitman's version of the 1920s song "Rose Marie" spent 11 consecutive weeks at #1 in the UK in 1955, a record until 1991 when Bryan Adams’ "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You" spent 16 weeks at the top.