"Your Party" as written by and Aaron Freeman Michael Melchiondo....
There were beverages laid out for the party
There were candy and spices and tricolored pastas
The meat carved was drawn from succulent juices
Served on platters of the purest gold

I was calm when we arrived at the party
I spoke with fervor, embracing the evening
My wife leaned over and she whispered 'I love you'
I held her close - we danced

We had the best time at your party
The wife and I thank you very much
We had the best time at your party
The wife and I thank you very much

Creampuffs and bourbon and the music was louder
My wife was competing in a game of chance
The party raged and the guests were screaming
I could have danced all night

We had the best time at your party
The wife and I thank you very much
We had the best time at your party
The wife and I thank you very much

Later on when we were under the covers
I closed my eyes, then I drifted to sleep
I dreamt about me maybe throwing a party
And just how great that would be

And we said
We had the best time at your party
The wife and I thank you very much
We had the best time at your party
The wife and I thank you very much



Lyrics submitted by DylanGallagher

"Your Party" as written by Michael Melchiondo Aaron Freeman

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  • +4
    General Commentmaybe this song is just a thank you, dummies.
    JoeyApple22on April 29, 2011   Link
  • +3
    General CommentI think everyone is overlooking it...its simply trying to put a situation or image lyrically with an appropriate song style...they are obviously doing a parody of adult contemporary music but now they are the adults going to what seemed to me like 'wine and cheese' type of partys...if they had to write an adult contemporary song what would it be about to fit the mood....a classy adult party with 'tri colored pastas...served on platters of the purest gold'....not sure where swingers tie in you dirty people
    steve0965on October 20, 2008   Link
  • +2
    General CommentI think Stallion pretty well nailed it. This song is funny as hell with the smooth saxaphone going on like terrible background music. "I spoke with fervor, embracing the evening." "The wife." F-ing brilliant. Well done, Ween.
    WarmPBRon January 07, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis song is absolutely hilarious. Basically, this is poking fun at a normal boring marriage where the party described is the most exciting thing in these people's lives.
    StallionintheRift12on October 30, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentLater on when we were under the covers,
    I closed my eyes, then I drifted to sleep.
    I dreamt about me, maybe throwing a party,
    and just how great that would be.

    lol i love that verse
    adeleineeon February 29, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentGuys, this song is obviously about tricolored pastas.
    JustADude561on December 01, 2017   Link
  • 0
    General CommentAgree with Stallion ... but could it be a sarcastic comment on Gene and Dean's own lives? After all, they have stopped partying (I think) and are like these domesticated guys when they are not on tour. Maybe. Maybe not.
    ericedholmon November 12, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti got a swinger vibe...
    rattleron November 13, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentgood lord, why project cynicism into the song? I read a guy's thoughts about attending a party, which he specifically enjoyed a number of aspects of, and he loves his wife. Oh, an he also wanted to tell the host appreciated it and might like to have one himself.
    bugoffon November 14, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song wasn't written specifically written about something, it's just kind of an homage to really cheezy 80's stuff that's all suave and stuff
    decryptoron November 18, 2007   Link

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