When the Party's Over" (stylized in all lowercase) is a song by American singer Billie Eilish. The song was released on October 17, 2018 through Darkroom and Interscope Records. It serves as the second single. The music video was released on October 25, 2018. The video starts with Eilish sitting in a blank room, before gulping down a cup filled with black liquid. Black tears start flowing down her cheek, staining her outfit in the process.
The Party's Over" is a song written by country music singer Willie Nelson during the mid-1950s. After arriving in Houston, Texas, Nelson was hired to play for the Esquire Ballroom band, where he would be allowed to close the shows singing the song. Guitar instructor and Nelson's friend Paul Buskirk forwarded the song to singer Claude Gray, who recorded the original version of the song, released as "My Party's Over" in 1959.
Turn out the lights the party's over they say that all good things must end Let's call it tonight the party's over and tomoroow start the same old thing again
The Party’s Over lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, this is an excellent Willie Nelson song. Us amateurs can play this one, it only has three simple chords with a nice melody. D7 Laughing dancing look at you you're having fun Look at me I'm almost crying but that don't keep her love from dying G Misery calls for me the party's over Repeat Once I had a love undying I didn't keep it I wasn't trying D7 Life for me was just one party then.
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