Invitation to Your Party

High Societies still exist. Debutante Balls still exist. The rest of us who question it still exist. I’m thinking at some point this was someone’s story.

 

Written by ME: Copright 2017  All lyrics are recorded with the Library of Congress of the United States of America.

 

I got the invitation to your party and I will be there
It’s been a long time since I’ve seen you, maybe you still care
When the lights go down will you dance with me?
Let’s dance to our favorite song, maybe our eyes will meet

She don’t love you like I do
Aren’t you tired of being used?
This debutante from a Georgia town
I’m the one who should wear the gown

You will never know, until you let her go
Tell me when you’ve had enough, when you need my love
And I won’t turn you away
I will always be here to say, I love you

Go out of my 58 Impala and walked up to your door
Admired your stained glass windows and your teak wood floors
I was never part of the rich old society life
Never meant I wasn’t good enough to be your wife

She don’t need you like I do
Must you follow your daddy’s rules?
This debutante from a Georgia town
When it’s me who should wear the crown

You will never know, until you let her go
Tell me when you’ve had enough, when you need my love
And I won’t turn you away
I will always be here to say, I love you
I know you love me too

There’s a reason you invited me here
And the reason is very clear,
but I can sense the fear in you
You don’t want to be a part of this society game
You and I we feel the same
Let’s leave this town behind
Do what lovers do
Before you say “I do”

I’d never turn you away
I will always be here to say, I love you
Come and love me too, I know you do

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