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Something In This City Changes People lyrics

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Chicago – Something In This City Changes People lyrics

Maitre D's will seat me
Knowing what I spend
They offend
So sad so sad

Smiling faces greet me
Everyone's my friend
They pretend
So sad so sad

They see I am happy
With my lady
They're not satisfied
All their feelings died
Something in this city
Changes people
Makes them devil-eyed

My love she waits for me
When I'm far away
Counting days
So sad so sad

They all know our story
Still they try to play
Anyway
So sad so sad

Flashing cars and money
Funny faces
Egos magnified
Quite Unjustified
Something in this City
Changes People
Makes them devil-eyed



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