"Chi-Town" as written by and Gary John Jarman Ross Anthony Jarman....
Meet me down in Chi-Town
in Logan Square underground
You know the one,
we were always there.

Meet me down in Chi-Town,
in Logan Square underground
You know the one,
we were always there.

Forget the airport
and cut my hair short
Eat cookies and cream
from the store at the end of the street,
There's so much junk in my head,
will I only hear when you're dead?
But I'll still think of you to take it out on myself.

a a a a a a ohhh

Meet me down in Chi-Town,
in Logan Square underground
You know the one,
we were always there.

Meet me down in Chi-Town,
in Logan Square underground
You know the one,
we were always there.

at the end of the rainbow
I took a photo
add my poses to your calendar to show how long it's been since I was here
and now I know I won't return
so I'll still think of you and just take it out on everyone else

Meet me down in Chi-Town,
in Logan Square underground
You know the one,
we were always there.

Meet me down in Chi-Town,
in Logan Square underground
You know the one,
we were always there.


Lyrics submitted by applebuttaz1212

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    MemoryI think this is about the experiences of the band members in chincago, cool song
    vickirinon June 13, 2012   Link

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