Policeman (Chicago)

Everyday he wakes up as his bare feet hit the floor Grabs a cup of coffee straps his magnum on once more Feeds the cat he lives with since his wife walked out the door In nine years he'll retire with a pension Everyday he suffers 'cause he sees all kinds of pain Sometimes feels helpless in a world that's gone insane Then he wins a battle, it restores his faith again It's only human kindness he is after He is a policeman, you know All the years and nothing to show He is a policeman, you know Every night he comes home with a six pack all alone Feeds the cat he lives with he picks up the telephone Needs to talk with someone but the only love he's known Was lost forever, he is a policeman He is a policeman, you know All the years and nothing to show He is a policeman, you know All the years and nothing to show Nothing to show He is a policeman, you know He is a policeman, you know He is a policeman, you know ...