Life of the Party

by Heather Stewart, Peter Andrews

Genre: Americana/Country

Lyrics

Used to be, I’d go out, do my hair, scream and shout
Oh I used to be, so fancy free
Used to be, we’d stay up, laugh all night, close the club
Oh we used to be, so wild and free

But I’m not the life of the party any more; I sit here alone on the floor
I’m just waiting for you babe to walk through the door
‘cause I’m not the life of the party, no I’m not the life anymore.

Remember when, you would say, “we’ll never part, there’s no way”
Oh I remember when, we were the best of friends
Remember when, you’d look at me, without a word went my knees
Oh remember when, we were so happy then

But I’m not the life of the party any more; I sit here alone on the floor
I’m just waiting for you babe to walk through the door
‘cause I’m not the life of the party, no I’m not the life anymore.

You try to be someone knew, make a change, what’s the use?
If you wanna see, take a look at me, I’m still, I’m still so blue

But I’m not the life of the party any more; I sit here alone on the floor
I’m just waiting for you babe to walk through the door
‘cause I’m not the life of the party, no I’m not the life anymore.

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