"She's In Parties" as written by Daniel Gaston Ash, Kevin Haskins, David Jay and Peter John Murphy....
Learning lines in the rain
Special effects by lunatic and Drinks
The graveyard scene
The golden years

She's in parties
It's in the can
She's in parties
It's in the can

Freeze frame, screen kiss
Hot heads under silent wigs
Fall guys tumble on the cutting room floor
Look-a-likes fall on the cutting room door

She's in parties
It's in the can
She's in parties
It's in the can

Learning lines in the rain
Special effects by lunatic and Drinks
Freeze frame, screen kiss, hot heads, lights and power
It's patently obvious

She's in parties
It's in the can
She's in parties
It's in the can

She's in parties
She's in parties

Learning lines in the rain
Special effects by lunatic and Drinks
Freeze frame, screen kiss, hot heads, lights and power
It's patently obvious

She's in parties
It's in the can
She's in parties
It's in the can

She's in parties
It's in the can
She's in parties
It's in the can

She's in parties
She's in parties


Lyrics submitted by LittleCreepyGirl

"She's in Parties" as written by Kathrin Moorse Melissa Logan

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    General CommentKerli's describing that commonplace carefree party-girl phased that shows up in place of any lady who drinks that much, out of not having confidence or lack of uptightness, in parties with alcohol. She takes over these poor insecure ladies, perhaps becoming better known as her drunk outspoken/entertaining self, all the same, commonplace enough to be considered from afar and every turn as a whole single: "she." The first impression of both such a distant image and the title suggest that "she" is a happy, wholesome party girl, but once the party/ies end and the following morning comes, she's no more; hence "she's at parties," sub-meaning she only exists at parties and nowhere else. almost as if she were a commonplace party decoration rather than a real girl who travels to and eventually leaves the parties. People will remember her, perhaps hardly noticing her, as "she."
    Foggypebble2on January 19, 2011   Link

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