"Party Song" as written by and Kerry Paul Brown....
Me and the boys were on the bus one night
Talking bout the way is was when times are hard
Trying to find a way
Somebody went and got a guitar out
We started passing 'round a mason jar
I don't know how it happened
But it turned out just the way it should

This ain't nothing but a party song
The kind that makes you want to sing along
A little good old fashioned honky tonk
That's what I'm talking about
It's country music with a nasty groove
It's gonna make your sexy body move
Before you know it there ain't nothing wrong
You're in the middle of a party song

It ain't supposed to be rocket science
It ain't calculus or chemistry
Just something funky you can feel
Down in your bones
It'll pick you up when you get down
Might be the universal remedy
Just take a look around this place is rockin'
Like the Rolling Stones

Cause everybody loves a party song
The kind that makes you wanna sing along
A little good old fashioned honky tonk
That's what I'm talking about
Its country music with a nasty groove
It's gonna make your sexy body move
You turn around and all your blues are gone
We're gonna get you with a party song

There ain't nothing like a party
The kind that makes you wanna sing along
A little good old fashioned honky tonk
That's what I'm talking about
It's country with a nasty groove
It's gonna make your sexy body groove
I tell you people you just cant go wrong
When you all up in a party song
It'll get you high like Cheech and Chong
All you needed was party song

I like to watch you move
I like the way you groove
All you needed was a party song

That's all you needed
That's all you needed
That's all you needed was a party song


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"Party Song" as written by Kerry Paul Brown

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