Party All the Time
Black Eyed Peas Lyrics


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Party all the time

Party all the time

Party all the time

Party all the time
If if we could party all night
And sleep all day
And throw all of my problems away
My life would be easy
My life would be easy
I would drink and go out out
With my crew party party
All the time yeah that's what I do
I do Mac models pop bottles
Live like like a sheik
(party)
Monday through Sunday
Every day of the week
Hot octane light
In the fast lane zoom
And the joint don't pop till
I walk in the room
And the DJ's rocking my favorite tune
And their shaking up the speaker like
Boom boom boom

If we could party all night
And sleep all day
And throw all of my problems away
My life would be easy
My life would be easy

If we could party all night
And sleep all day
And throw all of my problems away
Easy
Our lives would be easy
Life would be easy

Party all the time

Party all the time

Party all the time

Party all the time

Party all the time

Party all the time

Party all the time

If if we could party party party (hey)
Make that body down (yo)
Ladies don't stop it (no)
Shake it round and round
Feel that bass bumping
And rock to the beat
This beat is steady bumping
They jumping off their feet
Check it out
Ladies got their hands in the air
Shake it like you just don't care
Party it down like yeah (yeah)
Somebody say yeah (yeah)
Check it out
Check it out
What
Check it out
Check it out
Check it out
What
No you
Check it out
Check it out
What
Cold party all I like to do
Is turn it back
What ya gonna do

Party all night
And sleep all day
And throw all of my problems away
My life would be easy
(oh yeah)
Our lives would be easy

If we could party all night
And sleep all day
And throw all of my problems away
My life would be easy
My life would be easy

I don't give a fuck
I'm about to get loose
I'm a tech-ch-ch-ch
Gos get drunk of goose
I'ma live my-y-y life
I'ma party all night all day any time
I don't care if it's right
I wanna party party party
Party all day
P-p-p-party party
Party all the way
I wanna party like Feliza
We don't need no visa
Party in Ariza
I don't need one either

Take me to the club

I need to dance

I need to dance

I need to dance

How bout a dance
Girl I'mma take you to the club

So we could dance

So we could dance

So we could dance

So we could dance

If we could party all night
And sleep all day
And throw all of my problems away
My life would be easy
My life would be easy

If we could party all night
And sleep all day
And throw all of my problems away
My life would be easy
My life would be easy

Party all the time

Party all the time

Party all the time

Party all the time

Party all the time

Party all the time





Party all the time

Overall Meaning

The lyrics to the song "Party all the time" by Black Eyed Peas refers to the desire to live a carefree life by partying all the time. The first verse of the song talks about wanting to have a life where one can party all night, sleep all day and throw all their problems away. The second verse highlights the glamorous lifestyle that comes with partying all the time, from hanging out with friends to drinking and fancy living. The chorus is about continuing the party all the time, while the third verse is more explicit about the desire to live life without caring about anything else, including the consequences.


Line by Line Meaning

Party all the time
The singer wants to party continuously and avoid their problems.


If if we could party all night
The singer is imagining what it would be like to party all night and sleep all day without any worries.


And sleep all day
The singer wants to sleep in and avoid responsibilities.


And throw all of my problems away
The artist wants to escape their problems and forget about them completely.


My life would be easy
The artist believes that their life would be simple and carefree if they could party all the time.


I would drink and go out out
The singer wants to go out with friends and consume alcohol.


With my crew party party
The singer wants to party with their group of friends.


All the time yeah that's what I do
The artist enjoys partying and wants to do it continuously.


I do Mac models pop bottles
The artist is describing the luxurious lifestyle they desire where they are surrounded by attractive people and expensive champagne.


Live like like a sheik
The artist wants to live like royalty or a wealthy individual.


(party)
The singer emphasizes their desire to party and have a good time.


Monday through Sunday
The artist wants to party every day of the week, without a break.


Hot octane light
The singer is describing the exciting atmosphere of a party with flashing lights and high energy.


In the fast lane zoom
The singer wants to live life at a fast pace and enjoy every moment.


And the joint don't pop till
The singer believes that the party doesn't start until they arrive.


I walk in the room
The artist believes that they bring excitement and energy wherever they go.


And the DJ's rocking my favorite tune
The artist enjoys hearing their favorite songs and dancing to them.


And their shaking up the speaker like
The music is so loud and powerful that it shakes the singers.


Boom boom boom
The singer is describing the feeling of the music and how it makes them move and dance.


If if we could party party party (hey)
The artist continues to express their desire to party.


Make that body down (yo)
The artist wants to dance and move their body to the music.


Ladies don't stop it (no)
The artist is encouraging women to continue dancing and having a good time.


Shake it round and round
The singer wants people to dance and move their bodies in a circular motion.


Feel that bass bumping
The artist likes the feeling of the bass in the music.


And rock to the beat
The singer is describing how they want to dance and move to the rhythm of the music.


This beat is steady bumping
The singer is describing the consistent rhythm of the music.


They jumping off their feet
The people at the party are having so much fun that they are jumping up and down energetically.


Check it out
The artist is drawing attention to something exciting or interesting happening.


Ladies got their hands in the air
The women at the party are enjoying themselves and raising their hands in celebration.


Shake it like you just don't care
The singer wants people to dance without inhibition and without caring what others think.


Party it down like yeah (yeah)
The singer wants to party enthusiastically and enjoy every moment.


Somebody say yeah (yeah)
The artist wants others to join in with their celebration and say 'yeah'.


No you
The artist is telling someone else to stop doing something or calm down.


Cold party all I like to do
The artist is emphasizing their love for partying and having a good time.


Is turn it back
The singer wants to forget about their problems and just enjoy the moment.


What ya gonna do
The artist is asking what others will do while they are having a good time and partying.


Girl I'mma take you to the club
The singer is inviting a girl to join them at the club to dance and have fun.


I need to dance
The singer wants to dance and move their body to the music.


How bout a dance
The singer is asking someone if they want to dance together.




Lyrics © BMG Rights Management, THE ROYALTY NETWORK INC., Bucks Music Group
Written by: Alex Drury, Adam Charles Freeland, Will Adams, Stacy Ferguson, Jaime Gomez, Allan Apll Pineda, Adam Freeland

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