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The Chi-Lites were a Chicago-based smooth soul vocal quartet from the early 1970s, one of the few from the period to not come from Memphis or Philadelphia. They were led by Eugene Record, and scored eleven Top Ten R&B hits, in the early part of the decade. The group formed in the late 1950s when The Chanteurs (Record, Robert "Squirrel" Lester, and Clarence Johnson) teamed up with Marshall Thompson and Creadel "Red" Jones to form The Hi-lites. Wishing to add a tribute to their home town of Chicago, they changed their name to the Chi-Lites" in 1964.
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Bout who you belong to
I'm tired of he saying, she saying
I don't know where he came from
But he better go back where he's been
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Playin' around and connivin'
Undesired tears I was cryin'
'Cause sugar coated lies I was buyin'
I was just a backseat driver in a car of love
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