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Eric Skelton – If You're In Chicago lyrics

Oh Susanna, don't you cry for me.
If you're in Chicago, then don't tell me.
Oh Susanna, I want to stay up way too late
And hear all about you and all the stupid things you
You don't want to go that far

If you're in Chicago, If you're in Chicago
Then don't tell me
If you're in Chicago or some other city
Then don't tell me
I don't want to know that bad

Oh Susanna, I think you stay up way too late
And smoke too many cigarettes and barely ever eat
Oh Susanna, don't you be afraid
We're all scared here and nobody's the same
But I don't want to wake up so, so late
You don't want to go to sleep at all

You see the light I shined was so, so bright
I could barely, barely, barely see your eyes
Your pretty eyes

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