Always hang
How I met you one night
Always for all day
Hiding

hoooooo hooooo

For now where you stay
For the ending
I pray then won't take away

hoooooo hooooo

This is the last train to Chicago
No matter where I will go
I'd spy on you

This is the last time I will follow
And if I who might be
I will be whole
We will be I'd say

Ahhhhhhhhhhhh ahhhhhhhhhhhhh
hooooooooo hooooooooooo


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Chicago Train song meanings
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    Lyric CorrectionOfficial lyrics from album liner notes:

    Always a long way
    I'd watch you all night
    Always for all day
    I'd wait

    I'd find out where you'd stay
    For the others
    I wait while they take you away

    This is the last train to Chicago
    No matter where I will go
    I'd spy on you
    This is the last time I will follow
    Wherever you will not be
    Neither will me
    Lonely we'll be, I'd say

    Where will you hide?
    spyturnedmusicianon September 20, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThe main guy in the band writes a lot about espionage. This is one spy on the hunt for another, and he is stating his intentions as well as what he has done and will do in order to be sure the quarry stays in check.

    It's possible he likes his job a bit too much; though he would love to see the quarry carted off by his allies, most of the song is about the hunt itself.

    On the other hand, "this is the last train to Chicago...the last time I will follow," which from a story perspective (and based on the music change) seems to indicate that at present, the trap will soon close. Where indeed will "you" hide on a train?
    maddpsyintyston August 21, 2014   Link

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