25 or 6 to 4
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"25 or 6 to 4", also written as "Twenty-Five Or Six To Four", is a song written by the American musician Robert Lamm, one of the founding members of the rock/jazz fusion band Chicago. It was recorded for their second album, ''Chicago'' in 1970, with Peter Cetera on lead vocals. The song was edited and released as a single in June that year, climbing to number 4 on the U.S. ''Billboard'' Hot 100 chart〔(【引用サイトリンク】url=http://www.allmusic.com/artist/chicago-mn0000110161/awards )〕 and number seven on the UK Singles Chart. This recording features an electric guitar solo using a wah-wah pedal by Chicago guitarist Terry Kath, and has been included in numerous Chicago compilation albums.
An updated version of "25 or 6 to 4" was recorded for the 1986 album ''Chicago 18'' with James Pankow listed as co-writer. With the new band member Jason Scheff on lead vocals, the single reached number 48 on the U.S. chart. This version was also used as the B-side for the band's next single in 1986, "Will You Still Love Me?".
The song appears as an on-disc track in the video game ''Rock Band 3'' and has been made available as a download for the game/learning software ''Rocksmith 2014''.
== Lyrics ==
Speculation that the song's lyrics are drug related has been largely dismissed. Lamm himself says that the title is "just a reference to the time of day" and that "the song is about writing a song. It's not mystical." The title serves as an answer to a concurrent Chicago song: "Does Anybody Really Know what Time it is?" The answer is 25 or 26 minutes to 4 O'clock.
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