Gabi, Gabi gibt 'ne Party

Heute Abend gehen wir aus
Sagte Gabis Mutter
Es wird recht spät drum sei schön brav
Im Kühlschrank steht dein Futter
Gabi stürzt zum Telefon
Kann es kaum erwarten
Cola, Wein und Chips sind da
Jetzt kann die Party starten

Gabi, Gabi gibt 'ne Party
Gabi, Gabi gibt 'ne Party

Amusemang ist angesagt
Jeder findet's spaßig
Alle sehen glücklich aus
Nur Uwe schaut so glasig
Gabi tanzt mit Peter
Birgit tanzt mit Klaus
Uwe kotzt ins Blumenbeet im Garten hinterm Haus

Gabi, Gabi gibt 'ne Party
Gabi, Gabi gibt 'ne Party

Da kommt Lutz plus Kameraden
Die waren niemals eingeladen
Johlend springen sie durchs Zimmer
Hinterlassen Schutt und Trümmer
Warum tun sie das? fragt Robby
Feten sprengen ist ihr Hobby

Gabi, Gabi gibt 'ne Party
Gabi, Gabi gibt 'ne Party
Gabi, Gabi gibt 'ne Party
Gabi, Gabi gibt 'ne Party

Aus den Boxen dröhnt der Rock
Gut zu hören im ganzen Block
Da hält ein Wagen vor dem Haus
Entsetzt steigen die Eltern aus
Das Lilienbeet das ist nicht mehr
Die Tür ist weg, der Kühlschrank leer
Der Teppich brennt, der Hund ist tot
Und Uwe hat jetzt Hausverbot

Gabi, Gabi gibt 'ne Party
Gabi, Gabi gibt 'ne Party
Gabi, Gabi gibt 'ne Party
Gabi, Gabi gibt 'ne Party

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