Rather Be In Chicago (Than Be That LA Woman's Man)

Song Description

Rather Be in Chicago (Than Be That L.A. Woman?s Man) Steve Dennison is such a great blues player, and I don't have that many blues songs, so I resurrected this one that I wrote in the 70's about my other home towns. "The woman I loved moved in with

Song Length 5:04 Genre Blues - Chicago
Lead Vocal Male Vocal Mood Disconcerted
Subject Unrequited Love Language English
Era 1970 - 1979

Lyrics

I?d Rather Be In Chicago Than Be That LA Woman?s Man

By 8.19.03

Millard


I?d rather be in Chicago, than be that LA woman?s man!
I?d rather be in Chicago, than be that LA woman?s man!
?Cause no one in Chicago, can know what?s on that devil-girl?s mind.

The woman I loved moved in with some guy. Some guy! (what she said).
The woman I loved moved in with some guy! (Huh)
But I?m so unlucky, she?ll probably be back some night when I?m high.


I laid down last night to get some rest.
Yeah I laid down last night to get some rest.
And my mind startin? wanderin? to that girl I met out in the West.
I?d rather be in Chicago, than be that LA woman?s man.


Break


I would rather be in Chicago, than be that LA woman?s man!
I?d rather be in Chicago, than be that LA woman?s man!
Cause no one in Chicago can know what?s on that devil-girl?s mind.

The woman I loved, moved in with Some Guy!
The woman I loved moved in with some guy!
But I?m so unlucky, she?ll probably be back some night when I?m High.

I?d rather be in Chicago, than be that LA woman?s man.
I?d rather be in Chicago, Chicago?s my home town.
I?d rather be in Chicago, Chicago?s my home town.


Ó1973 by MBD Ent. All Rights Reserved. ASCAP

Lyrics Millard Music Millard
Producer Millard Performance Millard & Steve Dennison
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