Windy City

Album: Windy City (2017)
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  • We came to big city, from our little country town
    And every step he takes with you, is down
    And you're as cold and heartless, as your chilling winds that blow
    Before you freeze his heart, please let him go

    Windy city you're haunting my baby
    With your bright lights and your avenues so wild
    Windy city turn loose of my baby
    If you don't give him back, I'll lose my mind

    At night I walk your sidewalks, and look in every bar
    I love him even though, he's gone too far
    Your swinging doors stay open, just to keep him from my side
    And I'm on your lonely streets, again tonight

    Windy city you're haunting my baby
    With your bright lights and your avenues so wild
    Windy city turn loose of my baby
    And if you don't give him back, I'll lose my mind
    If you don't give him back, I'll lose my mind Writer/s: Bobby Osborne, Pete Goble
    Publisher: SURE - FIRE MUSIC COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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