"Chicago (Adult Contemporary Easy Listening Version)" as written by and Timothy Z./hills Mosley....
I fell in love again
All things go, all things go
Drove to Chicago
All things know, all things know
We sold our clothes to the state
I don't mind, I don't mind
I made a lot of mistakes
In my mind, in my mind

You came to take us
All things go, all things go
To recreate us
All things grow, all things grow
We had our mindset
All things know, all things know
You had to find it
All things go, all things go

I drove to New York
In the van, with my friend
We slept in parking lots
I don't mind, I don't mind
I was in love with the place
In my mind, in my mind
I made a lot of mistakes
In my mind, in my mind

You came to take us
All things go, all things go
To recreate us
All things grow, all things grow
We had our mindset
All things know, all things know
You had to find it
All things go, all things go

If I was crying
In the van, with my friend
It was for freedom
From myself and from the land
I made a lot of mistakes
I made a lot of mistakes
I made a lot of mistakes
I made a lot of mistakes

You came to take us
(If I was right or wrong I)
All things go, all things go
To recreate us
(Had my friend along the way)
All things grow, all things grow
We had our mindset
(?)
All things know, all things know
You had to find it
(?)
All things go, all things go

You came to take us
All things go, all things go
To recreate us
All things grow, all things grow
We had our mindset
(I made a lot of mistakes)
All things know, all things know
(I made a lot of mistakes)
You had to find it
(I made a lot of mistakes)
All things go, all things go
(I made a lot of mistakes)


Lyrics submitted by RyGuy86

Chicago (Adult Contemporary Easy Listening Version) song meanings
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    General CommentI know the lyrics are basically the same as the regular ones, but in the chorus right after the bridge, there is an extra layer of vocals that I can't quite figure out. I'm pretty sure the first part is "You came to take us, If I was right or wrong I, Had my friend (van?), Along the way from things that....." Can anyone help solve this mystery for me? I can't find these lyrics ANYWHERE.
    RyGuy86on February 12, 2007   Link
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    General Commentoh my, I've been trying to figure these lyrics to this beautiful melody out since July 2006, and to no avail...so help would greatly be appreciated as well.
    watkinson May 10, 2007   Link
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    General CommentCan someone tell me how this song differs from the original Chicago?
    Because I just found a version of it with a lot of guitars and clapping, and I want to be sure if it's this version or the Multiple Personality Disorder version.
    Invader Z?on January 12, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThe song with all of the clapping is most definitely the Multiple Personality Disorder Version.I think the biggest difference is the layered vocals after the bridge, the crazy hard to understand vocals.
    iSurrenderon February 26, 2008   Link
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    Lyric CorrectionThis is just an attempt, since I've struggled with these for a long time, but this is what I got out of them.

    Bridge:

    You came to take us
    (You came to take us)
    All things go, all things go

    (If I was right or wrong I)
    To recreate us

    (Count it now) {that might be "can't live down"?}
    All things grow, all things grow

    (Running away from things that)
    We had our mindset

    (can't resist)
    All things know, all things know.

    (Show what we all can't see yet; blind and deaf.)
    You had to find it
    All things go, all things go

    You came to take us
    (Straight from my legs to my heart)??

    All things go, all things go
    (Take me this;)

    (with what we are or all were)
    To recreate us
    (getting less;)

    (running away from things that)
    We had our mindset
    (can't resist)

    (All that we are can't see yet)
    You had to find it
    (Can't and won't)
    SMUSER17390057on May 07, 2010   Link

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