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Chicago Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Hard To Say Im Sorry
2 Take Me Back to Chicago
3 Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?
4 Something In This City Changes People
5 The Approaching Storm
6 Saturday In the Park
7 Waiting for You to Decide
8 Get On This
9 Poem 58
10 Prelude (little One)
11 Alive Again
12 Hard To Say I'm Sorry
13 Introduction
14 Poem For The People
15 What Kind Of Man Would I Be?
16 Mother
17 After All That We've Been Through
18 Dialogue (Parts I And Ii)
19 Take The A Train
20 Stay the Night
21 It Better End Soon 4th Movement
22 25 or 6 to 4
23 Flight 602
24 Questions 67 and 68
25 Love Was New
26 If You Leave Me Now
27 Gently I'll Wake You
28 South California Purples
29 Take A Chance
30 Man Vs Man: The End
31 Over And Over (Robert Lamm, James Newton Howard An
32 Come To Me, Do
33 Night And Day
34 A Song For Richard And His Friends
35 Sing, Sing, Sing
36 I Don't Wanna Live Without Your Love
37 Hard To Say I Sorry
38 What You're Missing (Joseph Williams And Jay Grusk
39 25 Or 6 To 4 (Robert Lamm And James Pankow)
40 Hot Streets
41 I'm a Man
42 All Is Well
43 Show Me the Way
44 Nothin's Gonna Stop Us Now (Jason Scheff And Buzz
45 Hard Habit to Break
46 Upon Arrival
47 What Does It Take
48 Scrapbook
49 State of the Union
50 While the City Sleeps
51 Prima Donna
52 Long Time No See
53 Darlin' Dear
54 West Virginia Fantasies
55 Dialogue (parts 1 And 2)
56 Never Been in Love Before
57 Feelin' Stronger Everyday
58 Colour My World
59 At the Sunrise
60 Once Upon a Time
61 You Get It Up
62 Hollywood
63 Progress?
64 Glory Of Love
65 Forever
66 In Terms of Two
67 Vote for Me
68 Paradise Alley
69 Reruns
70 I'd Rather Be Rich
71 Listen
72 A Hit by Varese
73 The Road
74 Chicago
75 Manipulation
76 You're Not Alone
77 Wake Up Sunshine
78 Happy 'Cause I'm Going Home
79 No Tell Lover
80 I Don't Want Your Money
81 Dialogue
82 Loneliness Is Just A Word
83 The American Dream
84 Ain't It Blue?
85 Prelude To Aire
86 Goodbye
87 Critics' Choice
88 In The Mood
89 Skinny Boy
90 One More Day (James Pankow And Carmen Grillo)
91 Happy Man
92 Policeman
93 Harry Truman
94 Will You Still Love Me (David Foster, Tom Keane An
95 Come in from the Night
96 Explain It To My Heart
97 Color My World
98 You're Not Alone (Album / Single Version)
99 A Hard Risin' Morning Without Breakfast
100 Dialogue Part Two
101 Remember the Feeling
102 You Are On My Mind
103 What A Big Surprise
104 Waiting For You To Decide (David Foster, David Pai
105 Love Me Tomarrow
106 Rescue You
107 Dreamin' Home
108 Hard To Say I'm Sorry/Get Away
109 Happy Man (GH2 Edit Remastered Version)
110 Fallin' Out
111 Victorious
112 If She Would Have Been Faithful...
113 Gone Long Gone
114 What Else Can I Say
115 Liberation
116 Niagara Falls
117 Run Away
118 Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
119 Nothin's Gonna Stop Us Now
120 Italian From New York
121 It's Alright (Bill Champlin And David Foster)
122 Man To Woman
123 Stone Of Sisyphus
124 Dream A Little Dream Of Me
125 Baby, What a Big Surprise
126 Along Comes a Woman
127 Hope For Love
128 Will You Still Love Me? (Single Version)
129 Mississippi Delta City Blues
130 Anyway You Want
131 We Can Stop The Hurting
132 Moonlight Serenade
133 Now More Than Ever
134 The Stone Of Sisyphus
135 (I've Been) Searchin' So Long
136 Pm Mourning
137 Who Do You Love
138 Life Saver
139 Dream A Little Dream
140 White Christmas
141 Prelude
142 Please Hold On
143 Silent Night
144 Broadway Baby
145 Skin Tight
146 Hideaway
147 Hard To Say I'm Sorry (Peter Cetera And David Fost
148 Something's Coming, I Know
149 Mister Cellophane
150 Follow Me
151 Critic's Choice
152 Chasin' The Wind
153 Long Lost Friend
154 You Came To My Senses
155 Song Of The Evergreens
156 Beginnings (LP Version)
157 The Inner Struggles Of A Man
158 Motorboat To Mars
159 Does Anybody Really Know
160 Sophisticated Lady
161 Heart in Pieces
162 To Be Free
163 The Glory Of Love
164 Together Again
165 Love Me Tomorrow (Peter Cetera And David Foster)
166 Watching All the Colors
167 Get Away
168 You Come To My Senses
169 Chasin' the Wind (Album Version)
170 Aloha Mama
171 Class
172 This Time
173 Off To Work
174 Does Anybody Really Know What
175 Sonny Think Twice
176 Rescue You (Peter Cetera And David Foster)
177 Nice Girl
178 I Can't Do It Alone
179 I'd Rather Be Rich (Previously Unissued Version of Original-Rehearsal)
180 Hard to Say I'm Sorry / Get Away
181 Life Is What It Is
182 Razzle Dazzle
183 Feelin' Stronger Everday
184 Till The End Of Time
185 Brand New Love Affair (Parts I & II)
186 All The Years
187 I Stand Up
188 Where Do We Go from Here
189 Love Will Come Back
190 "Oh, Thank You Great Spirit"
191 Naked in the Garden of Allah
192 Chicago - If You Leave Me Now
193 Fancy Colours
194 Love Me Tomorrow
195 Loser With A Broken Heart
196 Canon
197 All I Care About
198 Uptown
199 Christmas Time Is Here
200 Bigger Than Elvis
201 Look Away
202 We Can Stop the Hurtin'
203 Show Me A Sign
204 Old Days
205 What Can I Say (James Pankow And David Foster)
206 Another Trippy Day
207 Chicago - Look Away
208 Jenny
209 In The Country
210 Dialogue (Part I)
211 Ain't It Time
212 Mama Take
213 Dialogue (Part 2)
214 Sing a Mean Tune Kid
215 Feliz Navidad
216 Candle For The Dark
217 Runaround
218 Free Form Guitar
219 You're The Inspiration
220 O Come All Ye Faithful
221 This Christmas (LP Version)
222 I Believe
223 Till We Meet Again
224 Now
225 Your The Inspiration
226 Rediscovery
227 Make Me Smile
228 Must Have Been Crazy
229 Hearts In Trouble
230 I've Been Searching (so Long)
231 Birthday Boy
232 Women Don't Want to Love Me
233 Cry For The Lost
234 King Of Might Have Been
235 Dialouge
236 Aire
237 More Will Be Revealed
238 Dialogue Part II
239 What Can I Say
240 All That Jazz
241 We Both Reached for the Gun
242 Blues In The Night
243 Hold On
244 "Prologue, August 29, 1968"
245 We Can Last Forever
246 Beginnings
247 It Better End Soon - 4th Movement (Preach)
248 Along Comes a Woman (Single Version)
249 It's Alright
250 Call On Me
251 Forever (Robert Lamm, Bill Gable)
252 America
253 Mother (LP Version)
254 What You're Missing
255 What's This World Comin' To
256 So Much to Say, So Much to Give
257 Sleeping In The Middle Of The Bed
258 Free
259 Cell Block Tango (He Had It Comin')
260 Caravan
261 When All the Laughter Dies In Sorrow
262 Just You and Me
263 Lets Take A Lifetime
264 Free Flight
265 3rd Movement
266 Devil's Sweet
267 I Believe (Bill Champlin)
268 Crazy Happy
269 Only Time Can Heal The Wounded
270 God Save The Queen
271 Holdin' On
272 Let's Take A Lifetime
273 Little Miss Lovin'
274 Free Country
275 Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
276 Am Mourning
277 You're My Inspiration
278 Mah Jong
279 Does Anybody Know What Time It Is
280 Hanky Panky
281 If She Would Have Been Faithful (Steve Kipner And
282 Free At Last
283 Love Me Tomorrow (Single Remastered Version)
284 If It Were You
285 Here With Me (Candle For The Dark)
286 Street Player
287 Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?/(Free Form Intro)/Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?
288 Don't Get Around Much Anymore
289 Overnight Cafe
290 Anxiety's Moment
291 One Little Candle
292 Plaid
293 Another Rainy Day in New York City
294 Someday
295 Now
296 Little Drummer Boy
297 One More Day
298 Love Lives On
299 After the Love Has Gone
300 Alma Mater
301 Feelin' Stronger Every Day
302 Window Dreamin'
303 Someday (August 29, 1968)
304 Song for You
305 It Better End Soon - 4th (parts I-iv)
306 Mr. Cellophane
307 Sleeping In The Middle Of The Bed Again
308 More Will Be Revealed
309 The Christmas Song
310 Over And Over
311 Mongonucleosis
312 Niagara Falls (Steve Kipner And Bobby Caldwell)
313 Something’s Coming, I Know
314 Only Love
315 Saturday In the Park (Remastered Version)
316 One From The Heart
317 Just You 'n Me
318 Moonight Serenade
319 Little One
320 Nowadays (Roxie)
321 Goody Goody
322 Memories Of Love
323 What Child Is This?
324 The Pull
325 Bad Advice (James Pankow And David Foster)
326 America
327 Will You Still Love Me?
328 Watching All The Colors
329 If You Leave Me Now (Remastered LP Version)
330 Onlytime Can Heal The Wounded
331 Byblos
332 Lowdown
333 Fancy Colours (LP Version)
334 Thunder and Lightning
335 Movin' In
336 Where Were You
337 The Show Must Go On
338 Mama Mama
339 Chains (Ian Thomas)
340 Crazy Happy
341 Funny Honey
342 Nice Girl
343 The Greatest Love
344 Somebody, Somewhere
345 Now That You've Gone
346 Chicago - Hard Habit To Break
347 The Greatest Love On Earth
348 Feel (W/Horns)
349 Once in a Lifetime
350 90 Degrees And Freezing
351 Once Or Twice
352 Brand New Love Affair I & Ii
353 Follow Me (James Pankow And David Foster)
354 Free at Last
355 When You're Good to Mama
356 Bad Advice
357 Wishing You Were Here
358 Naked In The Garden Of Allah
359 Doin' Business
360 All Roads Lead To You
361 Morning Blues Again
362 Southern California Purples
363 Where Did the Lovin' Go
364 Only You
365 Why Can't We
366 Here In My Heart
367 Get Away (Peter Cetera, David Foster, Robert Lamm)
368 Love Lives On
369 Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
370 Chains
371 Woman Don't Want To Love Me
372 Another Trippy Day

Chicago Bio

Chicago is an American rock band formed in 1967 in Chicago, Illinois. The band began as a politically charged, sometimes experimental, rock band and later moved to a predominantly softer sound, becoming famous for producing a number of hit ballads. They had a steady stream of hits throughout the 1970s and 1980s. Second only to the Beach Boys in terms of singles and albums, Chicago is one of the longest running and most successful U.S. pop/rock and roll groups.

According to Billboard, Chicago was the leading U.S. singles charting group during the 1970s. They have sold over 120 million albums worldwide, scoring 22 Gold, 18 Platinum, and 8 Multi-Platinum albums. Over the course of their career they have charted five No. 1 albums, and have had twenty-one top ten hits.

The band was formed when a group of DePaul University music students who had been playing local late-night clubs recruited a couple of other students from the university and decided to meet in saxophonist Walter Parazaider's apartment. The five musicians consisted of Parazaider, guitarist Terry Kath, drummer Danny Seraphine, trombonist James Pankow, trumpet player Lee Loughnane. The last to arrive was keyboardist Robert Lamm, a music major from Chicago's Roosevelt University.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chicago_(band) 

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