Rock to the Songs of Chicago

The songs of Chicago are a harmonious blend of rock, jazz, and soul that have resonated with music lovers for decades. As a band that transcends genres, Chicago has left an indelible mark on the music industry with their distinctive sound, characterized by powerful horn sections and soulful ballads.

Biggest Top 40 Hits

If You Leave Me Now 1976 (#1 for 2 Weeks)

Chicago’s chart-topping ballad “If You Leave Me Now” is a timeless classic. With its soulful harmonies and tender lyrics, the song evokes feelings of love and heartbreak, making it an enduring favorite for romantics of all ages.

Just You ‘N’ Me 1974 (#4)

“Just You ‘N’ Me” is a melodic gem that showcases Chicago’s signature blend of rock and pop. Its smooth vocals and catchy tune have made it a beloved track for those seeking a love song that stands the test of time.

Baby, What a Big Surprise 1977 (#4)

Chicago’s “Baby, What a Big Surprise” is a heartfelt expression of love and gratitude. This song’s gentle melody and lyrics resonate with those who appreciate the power of unexpected romance.

Feelin’ Stronger Every Day 1973 (#10)

An anthem of resilience, “Feelin’ Stronger Every Day” combines Chicago’s iconic horns with a rock-infused beat. The song’s uplifting message and spirited performance make it a source of motivation for listeners.

Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is 1971 (#7)

Chicago’s “Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is” is a reflection on the passage of time and life’s mysteries. Its jazzy instrumentation and introspective lyrics create a sense of contemplation and nostalgia, making it a standout in the band’s repertoire.

Timeless Songs Beyond the Charts

Chicago’s music is not just a part of the past; it’s a living testament to the enduring magic of melody and the timeless nature of human emotions. What sets Chicago apart isn’t just their instrumental prowess or chart-topping hits; it’s the timeless quality of their songs—melodies that continue to resonate with audiences across the decades.

1969

  • Questions 67 And 68

1971

  • Free
  • Lowdown
  • Beginnings / Colour My World

1973

  • Feelin’ Stronger Every Day
  • Just You ‘N’ Me

1975

  • Harry Truman
  • Old Days
  • Brand New Love Affair (Parts 1 and 2)

1977

  • You Are On My Mind
  • Baby, What a Big Surprise

1979

  • Gone Long Gone
  • Must Have Been Crazy

1970

  • Make Me Smile
  • 25 Or 6 To 4
  • Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is

1972

  • Saturday in the Park
  • Dialogue (Parts 1 and 2)

1974

  • (I’ve Been) Searchin’ So Long
  • Call On Me
  • Wishing You Were Here

1976

  • Another Rainy Day in New York City
  • If You Leave Me Now

1978

  • Little One
  • Take Me Back To Chicago
  • Alive Again
  • No Tell Lover

1980

  • Thunder and Lightning