Party! All night! Party!

Why the fuck should be change how we behave, because you thought it would work better that way?
And who the fuck told you that you should speak up about how it is we act, about who the fuck we are when we don’t cast our eyes your own way?

And who the fuck are you anyway? We’re no one and we still feel right at home, we’re no one and we’re still just passing time; to kill the time, to kill the boredom.
Who the fuck can say what we should do? We drink ‘til we drop and we’ll drink ‘til we die! We’re not here for a long time

We’re not here to help your night, we’re not here to set shit right; we’re just here for a good time, and friends are our own friends and our own, are our only; and tonight is the last night
And fuck you for thinking you could ever set us right
Who are you anyway to think you could change us? Tonight is our own night, tonight is our only, we’re lonely, we’re wasted

And who the fuck are you anyway?
We’re no one and we still feel right at home, we’re no one and we’re still just passing time; to kill the time, to kill the boredom.
Who the fuck can say what we should do? We drink ‘til we drop and we’ll drink ‘til we die!
We’re not here for a long time


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    General CommentI love this song, it's the best pre-party song! :)
    xX2arahLovesStuffXxon August 09, 2010   Link
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    My OpinionI think this song (and I might be absolutely wrong), but I think the song is ironic, and is actually mocking people who think this way, because, in Olde English 800 he quite clearly talks about his hate of drink and drugs, and it seems odd for him to praise them now, as well as certain lyrics in the song which seem very over the top for example "Party! All night party!" are a very different style of lyric that their other songs show.
    Hardcoreandmetalon April 18, 2012   Link

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