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This song is by Ingram Hill and appears on the EP Until Now (2002) and on the album June's Picture Show (2004).

The street lights blind my eyes
Through a shade that's halfway pulled.
Cracklin' outside interrupts the radio in my head.
Speeding through a familar self I don't know all too well.
Find a glimpse outside my home.

If you ever want to come home from Chicago
Leave the things that habit made you love.
I'll be there to await your arrival
To give you a life you've never known

Sometimes I get the feeling that I'm not the only one,
Somehow my silence speaks for itself.
As I stroll down this street,
I pray for a chance I'll see you there.
This time I think I'll share my life with you.

If you ever want to come home from Chicago
Leave the things that habit made you love.
I'll be there to await your arrival
To give you a life you've never known

If you ever want to come home from Chicago,
Leave the things that habit made you love.
I'll be there to await your arrival
To give you a life you've never known (repeats until end)

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