On a windy city night,
when I remembered you and I,
you brought me life unlike
the others before you.

When we stood on top
a parking garage at dark,
we split in two for a few years
I would be under the weather…

Will you still remember me
like I am here before you now
and I feel the same love?

Will you always think of me
like I am six feet underground,
and our world is gone, gone?

I’m counting the days and nights,
the still lives who couldn’t fly.
Gravity is our penalty
and I’m in trouble.

As true friends, we will always be
at the end of our own movies.
Forever is never really
ever happily ever after.

Will you still remember me
like I am here before you now
and I feel the same love?

Will you always think of me
like I am six feet underground,
and our world is gone, gone?

Tornados blow through city streets,
but I know you still care about me.
We’re looking for our long lost lifelines
to weather the storms.

Will you still remember me
like I am here before you now
and I feel the same love?

Will you always think of me
like I am six feet underground,
and our world is gone, gone?


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Windy City Nights song meanings
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