"Windy City" as written by Andrew Scott, Stephen Priest, Brian Connolly and Michael Tucker....
Listen to you
Listen to me
No one knows the reason
Why they want to be free

Workin' all night
Workin' all day
Waitin' for my money
And I can't get away

I want to be rich man
But I'm only poor man
I got to get away

Waitin' for the risin' sun to shine on windy city
You can find a place to hide yourself in windy city
I've got to get away from windy city

Your dad's in the slam
Your mama's a whore
No one understands you
Couldn't help bein' poor

But when I get rich
I'll get my kicks
From givin' it all away
Want to be free

'Cause livin' ain't easy
Want to be free
Cause that's how it's gonna be
I gotta be free

Waitin' for the risin' sun to shine on windy city
You can find a place to hide yourself in windy city

Gotta be free
Now I'm a rich man
Gotta be free
Don't want to be this man
I gotta be free

Waitin' for the risin' sun to shine on windy city
You can find a place to hide yourself in windy city
I've got to get away from windy city
I don't want to be a poor man
Don't want to be a rich man
I gotta be free
I want to be free


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"Windy City" as written by Brian Connolly Andrew Scott

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