The Party's Over

- Lime
Released: 1984 Genres: Electronic / Dance
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Lyric "The Party's Over"

(Denis LePage)

Ooh-ooh-hoo, ooh-ooh-hoo
Ooh-ooh-hoo, ooh-ooh-hoo

The party's over
Can I take you home?
And if I do
Will you let me in?
You know I need a lover
When I'm all alone
Dreams come true
Let the love begin

The party's over
Yet we cannot seek
The streets are bare
And the crowd is gone
A moment like forever
When our feelings peak
Shall we dare?
Will we carry on?

(Chorus, Repeat 2x)
Let's tied it over
Tie it over
Let's tie it over
Let the feast go on

The party's over
Yet we cannot part
Attracted to
Each other's art
Let's move on together
Let's not be apart
We are two
Heart to heart

The party's over
I will take you home
Yes I will
And I'll let you in
I know you need a lover
When you're all alone
Dreams come true
Let the love begin

(Repeat Chorus 2x)
Ooh-ooh-hoo, ooh-ooh-hoo
Ooh-ooh-hoo, ooh-ooh-hoo

Ooh-ooh-hoo, ooh-ooh-hoo
Ooh-ooh-hoo, ooh-ooh-hoo

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Lime

Lime

Lime was a Canadian synth music outfit from Montreal, Quebec. The group was composed of husband and wife Denis and Denyse LePage. Very early in their career, the group released an instrumental 12" single vinyl record called "The Break" under the name Kat Mandu. The single was successful and peaked at number three on the disco chart.[2] Singer Denyse also wrote and sang on the record "Dancin' the Night Away" by Voggue. In between the Kat Mandu project, the LePages also helped produced and arranged music for numerous studio projects, notably for acts signed to Prelude Records. Lime released their…