The Night Chicago Died" is a song by the British group Paper Lace, written by Peter Callander and Mitch Murray. The song reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for one week in 1974, reached number 3 in the UK charts, and number 2 in Canada. It is about a fictional shoot-out between the Chicago Police and members of the Al Capone Syndicate. The narrator retells his mother's anguish while awaiting news of the fate of her husband, a Chicago policeman.
Daddy was a cop on the east side of Chicago Back in the .
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Paper Lace was forced to change up the lyrics a bit. They were later welcomed back to Chicago to perform. Paper Lace was the second music group in the history of the Palladium (in England) to perform there, the first was of course The Beetles .
The Night Chicago Died. Album: Pop Goes the 70's, Vol. 2 (Re-Recorded Versions), 2007. Daddy was a cop On the east side of Chicago Back in the U S A Back in the bad old days In the heat of a summer night In the land of the dollar bill When the town of Chicago died And they talk about it still When a man named Al Capone Tried to make that town his own And he.
Album · 2012 · 12 Songs. The Night Chicago Died Paper Lace. Listen on Apple Music.
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C Daddy was a cop, on the east side of Chicago. Dm G G7 C In the heat of the summer night, in the land of the dollar bill.
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