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Tried to close my eyes so I can make this big ol' world just disappear
The lining ain't so silver over here
That much is clear
I wish the pain and heartache that I feel inside would up and go away
Things would be so different today
Or so they've said

Well, I could be a pilot and I'd fly around for free
Well, I could run for President and get called out on TV
When I drink enough Jack Daniels, I play the fool for all to see
When the party's over, there ain't nothin' left but me

I wake up just as empty as the bottle that I drank the night before
My head feels just as heavy as the pour
Ah, just one more
I guess what I was thinkin' was somehow I could just drink you off my mind
I guess in this case ignorance is gone
Or I'm just blind

I just get so lonely with the passing of the time
This highway just gets longer, keepin' it between the lines
But through a glass of Tito's, man, this world's a sight to see
Oh, but when the party's over there ain't nothin' left but me

I just get so lonely with the passing of the time
This highway just gets longer, keepin' it between the lines
When I drank enough Jack Daniels, I play the fool for all to see
Yeah, but when the party's over, there ain't nothin' left but me
When the party's over there ain't no one left but me
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The party's over lyrics

State i'm in album songs

1. The party's over
2. Can't take back
3. Reconsider
4. It keeps on working
5. State i'm in
6. Gods and guns
7. Love me
8. If i were the devil
9. Burn the sawmill down
10. The bottom
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check here the lyrics for The party's over, the 1th song of the 10 recorded for the album State i'm in, with a total running time of , by Aaron Lewis. It was released on April 15, 2019 via Big Machine Records, and produced by Buddy Cannon.