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Tom Paxton - Wasn't that a party Songtext

Wasn't that a party
Refrain:
Could have been the whiskey
might have been the gin,
could have been the three or four six-packs,
I don't know but won't you look at the mess I'm in,
a head like a football I think I'm gonna die,
but tell me, me oh me oh my,
Wasn't that a party?

1. Someone had a grapefruit
wore it like a hat.
I saw someone under my kitchen table
talking to an old tom cat,
he was talking 'Bout football,
the cat was talkin' back,
along about then ev'ry went back,
but wasn't that a party?

2.Could have been my mem'ry
playin'tricks on me,
but I believe I saw my buddy
sittig up in my neighbours tree!
He sang there a folksong
sounded pretty good,
would have sounded better
if his wife hadn't made such a racket
choppin' up my neighbours wood,
I think it was his wood pile,
it could have been his door,
I know she must have got three or four but,
wasn't that a party?
Could have been...
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Could have been...

And Bill and Joe and Tommy
you know, they went a little far
they were sitting in my frontyard
blowing on a siren of somebodies police car
So you see your honour
it was all in fun,
that the little pretty track meet on mainstreet
was just to see if the cops could run.

They run us in to see you
in an alcoholic haze,
and I sure can use those thirty days but
wasn't that a party?
Well, they run us in to see you
in an alcoholic haze,
and I sure can use those thirty days but
Wasn't that a party?

/: could have been the whiskey....:/
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