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Which One of Us Is to Blame

This song is by Roy Clark and appears on the album Happy To Be Unhappy (1964) and on the album Roy Clark's Greatest! (1969).

Well here I am in Chicago
All alone near the place where we met
And as I walk through the rain the wind whispers your name
Oh, why won't they let me forget.

Cause when the wind blows I get lonely
And one thing for sure you'll find
That the wind always blows in Chicago
Oh, oh, so I'm lonely most all of the time.

Well, folks look so happy here on State Street
They don't know that our love's not the same
I'm alone in the crowd with my hopes in the clouds
'Cause the wind just whispers your name.

And when the wind blows I get lonely
And one thing for sure you'll find
That the wind always blows in Chicago
Oh, oh, so I'm lonely most all of the time.

Well, I'm saying goodbye to Chicago
I'm gonna catch a lonely old train
And I hope I hope people go where the wind doesn's blow
Oh, at least it won't whispers your name.

'Cause when the wind blows I get lonely
And one thing for sure you'll find
That the wind always blows in Chicago
Oh, oh, so I'm lonely most all of the time...

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