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I just flew in
From the windy city
The windy city is mighty pretty
But they ain't got what we got
No sir'ree
They've got private lawns and public parks
Well they've got those minstrel shows
Pretty ladies with the big shot bows
They've got private lawns and private parks

I just flew in
From the the windy city
The windy city is mighty pretty
But they ain't got what we got
No sir'ree
They've got private lawns and public parks
They've got private lawns and public parks
They've got private lawns and public parks



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  • U
    UnregisteredMay 27, 2012 at 2:37 pm
    The windy city is a metaphor for a bad relationship, i think. So julia is saying that she's out of a relationship.. And even though being in a relationship is nice and all, there's the part of single life which has no parallel in rl

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