Lyrics

Chicago

A summer night in Chicago
Neon lights shine through
The empty stores to the sidewalk
On a Tuesday night
A cloudless sky tells a story
That we'll never know
And every twinkle in the darkness
A million years away
I see a homeless man on the corner
His clothes are torn
He asks if I could spare a quarter
So I spared a few

And everything you want doesn't really matter
If you really think about it

The cigarettes in my pocket
They call my name
They reach to me and they tell me
What I'm 'sposed to do
A million people walk the city
With dollar signs and goals
Of plastic cards in their pockets
To sign their lives away
If you could scream at everybody
Would you take the chance?
Or would you hide with everyone's excuses
Not to live your life

And everything you want doesn't really matter
If you really think about it

I can see tomorrow
It's not worth it today
I can see tomorrow
So sign your life away
I can see tomorrow
It's not worth it today
I can see tomorrow
So sign your life away
Sign your life away

Everything you want doesn't really matter
If you really think about it