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Eddie Vespa - Letter To My Ex Wife / I Used To Work In Chicago album flac Performer: Eddie Vespa
Title: Letter To My Ex Wife / I Used To Work In Chicago
Style: Comedy, Novelty
Released: 1974
Country: US
MP3 album: 1145 mb
FLAC album: 1666 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: MMF AU MP4 DMF VOX ASF FLAC
Genre: Rock / Not albums / Pop

Eddie Vespa - Letter To My Ex Wife, I Used To Work In Chicago (7"). Selo:VIC Records (2) Cat. nº: VIC 1328. Condição da mídia: Mídia: Very Good Plus (VG+). Vendedor: VinylstrongAlba.

Eddie Vespa - Letter To My Ex Wife, I Used To Work In Chicago (7"). Etichetta:VIC Records (2) N. cat: VIC 1328. Condizione supporti: Supporti: Good Plus (G+). Condizione supporti: Supporti: Good Plus (G+) Condizione copertina: Copertina: Good Plus (G+). Vinyl 7' in p/s vpi cleaned professional mailers. Visualizza la pagina della pubblicazione. Venditore: lovetheretrostuff12.

I Used to Work in Chicago" is a drinking song. It was written by songwriter and entertainer Larry Vincent. The earliest printed date for the song is March 1945 in the underground mimeographed songbook Songs of the Century, however versions of the song circulated "on the street" as early as 1938 according to the Digital Tradition Folk Music Database. Many of the lyrics are considered humorous because of the oblique sexual references. The song is often chanted by various British university sports teams.

SPOKEN: And then we got fired. I used to work in Chicago In a department store (You did?) I worked in the hat dept I did, but I don't anymore (What happened?) A lady came in for a hat one day "What'll you have?" I said (What'd she say?) "Felt," she said, and felt 'er I did I'll never work there anymore. SPOKEN: 1st Voice: I love my work 2nd Voice: I bet you do. I used to work in Chicago In a department store I worked in the shoe department I did, but I don't anymore A lady came in for some shoes one day "What kind would you like?" I said "Boot" she said, and boot 'er I did I'll never work there anymore. SPOKEN: 1st Voice: You get a kick out the work, don't you? 2nd Voice: Well, you see, that was my mother-in-law

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In my case I had created a letter at the very beginning of the breakup. I was a complete jerk and horrible boyfriend to the love of my life and when I lost her, I realized I had made a huge mistake. Now instead of begging for forgiveness, I wrote a letter explaining every single thing I did wrong in the relationship and explained how I would work on fixing all of these things. I realized a few things. The issues in our relationship caused by me were not just in our relationship but were in my life as a whole.

You need to learn how to be responsible, and how to work hard simply for your own satisfaction without reward. I know this is the opposite of your familiar environment, but do you see how lifeless and void of happiness they are? Don’t become that. Find your passion, work your ass off, and fuck what they tell you. You have to learn that for yourself, and I hope you do one day. I’m sorry I hid stories from you of other men trying to catch my affection, just so you wouldn’t feel insecure

Dear ex-boyfriend, At least that’s what I eventually always called you. The truth was though, that after we broke up our . year relationship, we only remained broken up for a few months. Yes, in that time we were fully broken up, we weren’t speaking, we both saw other people, we were moving on, at least trying to. Until we didn’t want to try any more. There seemed to be a magnetic force in the universe that brings me back to you, but I don’t know if you feel the same magnetic force. I think that you knew that I would come back, and that was enough for you to be convinced.

Tracklist

A Letter To My Ex Wife 3:18
B I Used To Work In Chicago 2:33

Credits

  • Producer – H. Whited, V. Taylor
  • Written-By – E. Vespa*

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VIC 1328 Eddie Vespa Letter To My Ex Wife / I Used To Work In Chicago ‎(7") VIC Records VIC 1328 US 1974
VIC 1328 Eddie Vespa Letter To My Ex Wife / I Used To Work In Chicago ‎(7") VIC Records VIC 1328 US 1975
COL. 3835 Eddie Vespa Letter To My Ex Wife / I Used To Work In Chicago ‎(7", Single, RE) Collectables COL. 3835 US 1989
VIC 1328 Eddie Vespa Letter To My Ex Wife / I Used To Work In Chicago ‎(7") VIC Records VIC 1328 US 1974
VIC 1328 Eddie Vespa Letter To My Ex Wife ‎(7", Single) VIC Records VIC 1328 US 1974