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This article is about Party Train. You may be looking for the Party Time song.

Party Train is the first song from the twenty-fourth series.

Lyrics

There's a celebration at every station
There's a Party Train coming down the line
Let's celebrate! Let's have a good time
It's not too late to join the Party Train
It's filled with fun and joy and laughter
So jump aboard! Hop on the Party Train
There's a celebration at every station
There's a Party Train coming down the line
Let's have a party! Have fun with all our friends
Balloons and dancing, ice cream and party cake
A celebration, so let the fun begin
Everyone is welcome on board the Party Train
There's a celebration at every station
There's a Party Train coming down the line
Everyone make a line
Like you're a train
Blow your whistle
And march in time
Spin those wheels
On the railway track
You're on the Party Train
There's no turning back
There's a celebration at every station
There's a Party Train coming down the line
There's a celebration at every station

Characters

Locations

Footage used

Trivia

  • This is the first song performed by Sam Blewitt since We Make A Team Together.
  • Rachael Miller provided the backing vocals throughout the song.
  • An edited version of the fantasy sequence from Diesel Glows Away - featuring Thomas in place of Diesel - is used.
  • Versions of the fantasy sequences from Gordon Gets the Giggles and A New Arrival without the steam border or added saturation appear.
  • Aside from edited stock footage, the music video features several newly animated scenes.
  • Thomas breaks the fourth wall at the end of the video, winking at the audience.

Edited Scenes

  • Sodor's Legend of the Lost Treasure- The cake edited to read "75th" rather than "70th" indicating this song was produced to celebrate the franchise's 75th anniversary.  
  • Journey Beyond Sodor- A recreated scene with Thomas having his rivets and handrails, the lighting also appears to be different than the original version.

Home Media Releases

UK

Music Video