Did you know

The song Saturday in the Park was released by the band Chicago in 1972. It was written by band member Robert Lamm and became one of their most popular hits. The song captures the joy and excitement of a day spent in the park, with its catchy melody and upbeat lyrics. Saturday in the Park has since become a classic and continues to be enjoyed by music fans around the world.

  1. Saturday in the Park was released in 1972 as a single by the band Chicago.
  2. The song describes a day in the park where people are enjoying music, laughter, and sunshine.
  3. It peaked at number 3 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming one of Chicago’s biggest hits.

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Lyrics

Saturday in the park
I think it was the Fourth of July
Saturday in the park
I think it was the Fourth of July

People dancing, people laughing
A man selling ice cream
Singing Italian songs

Eh Cumpari, ci vo sunari
Can you dig it? (Yes, I can)
And I’ve been waiting such a long time
For Saturday

Another day in the park
I think it was the Fourth of July
Another day in the park
I think it was the Fourth of July

People talking, really smiling
A man playing guitar (play a song, play a song, play on)
Singing for us all

Will you help him change the world
Can you dig it? (Yes, I can)
And I’ve been waiting such a long time
For today

Slow-motion riders fly the colours of the day
A bronze man still can tell stories his own way
Listen children, all is not lost
All is not lost, oh no no

Funny days in the park
Every day’s the Fourth of July
Funny days in the park
Every day’s the Fourth of July

People reaching, people touching
A real celebration
Waiting for us all (waiting for us all)

If we want it, really want it
Can you dig it? (Yes, I can)
And I’ve been waiting such a long time
For the day, yeah yeah yeah

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