"Flight 602" as written by and Robert Lamm....
You are, you are on a plane now
And on your way up north
Canada is so far from where you want to be
Be in California, with sunshine in your heart

But you know there are people
That you have to be
Have to be
Have to be what they say you are

What you always wanted to be
Wanted to be
Wanted to be just a man
Fulfilled but a little more free

A little more free
You are, you are in a hotel
And in your room alone
Lying there, but not knowing where you're s'posed to be

Be thinking of be-3s and Leslies going round
And you know there are people
That are going to be
Going to be

Going to see what they say you are
What you've always wanted to be
Wanted to be
I only wanted to be just a man

Fulfilled but a little more free
A little more free
A little more free


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"Flight 602" as written by Robert William Lamm

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    General CommentOn Chicago IV (Carnegie Hall), Robert Lamm gives a little background to this song, stating that it resembles their lives as musicians, traveling from place to place, having no real home, and it being "kind of a drag", as Lamm puts it.
    Mattbluhalofanon July 18, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"... be thinking of B-3s and Leslie's going round"

    This is a reference by keyboardist Lamm to some of his stage gear. Hammond B-3 electric organs were very common among rock bands in the early 1970s, and Leslie cabinets were a popular accessory for rotating multiple organ speakers on a vertical axis to produce a vibrato at varying speeds.
    Dr.Spacebaron March 31, 2014   Link

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