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Windy City Anne Written and recorded by Tom T. Hall
C F Chicago gets along so well without me G7 C Thought I'd go to Indiana for a while F The wind comes off the lakes so cold it freezes G7 C Chicago didn't try to make me smile
F She told me that she was a Spanish gypsy G7 C A black band round her neck to prove her race F She said she'd like to do some drinking with me G7 C But the dishes were all dirty at her place
Am I'd like to know and understand your people F G7 C But I can't meet 'em all you understand Am All I really know about Chicago C F C Is what I learned from Windy City Anne
F I guess she taught me some about Chicago G7 C There were lines of discontent there in her face F For what she helped me know about Chicago G7 C I helped her do the dishes at her place
F The sounds of old Chicago through the windows G7 C I gathered up my thoughts to meet the day F I stayed and helped her dirty up the dishes G7 C Rememberin' I found them all that way
F The bus pulled out to Fort Wayne Indiana G7 C Chicago slowly faded out of sight F I suppose the people are just people
G7 C It was just another Windy City night
F C Now I learned a lot from Windy City Ann
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