Every time I leave you say you won't be there And you're always there Every time I cry your name at night You pull close and say it's alright I look in your eyes, just like the rain Washing me, rain wash over me Touching your face, I feel the heat of your heartbeat Echo in my head like a scream What you do to me! Waited so long I can't wait another day without you
Jet city woman It's a long way, home to my Jet city woman I see her face everywhere, can't get her out of my mind
Whenever I'm alone I'm thinking There's a part missing from my life Wonder where I'd be without your love Holding me together now I'm Watching the time tick, tick away Face grows longer every day Fortunes are lost on the women I've seen But without you I can't breathe, you're the air to me! Waited so long I can't wait another day without you?
Jet city woman got to find my way home to her Jet city woman I see her face everywhere I look! Jet city woman just a thousand miles and I'll be there Jet city woman, to make the clouds go away Time for some blue sky!
Waited so long now the plane's delayed an hour Reminds me of all our days apart Hold on, just a little longer
Jet city woman Wonder where I'd be, you're the air to me Jet city woman Eyes like the rain, rain down on me Jet city woman No more nights alone I'm almost home now Jet city woman Close my eyes, I'm there in my jet city, jet city
Writer/s: CHRIS DEGARMO, GEOFF TATE
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"The Night Chicago Died" was written and recorded by the British group Paper Lace. They talk about Al Capone in the song, but got a lot of details wrong - understandable since they wrote it based on gangster movies.