"Look Away" is a 1988 song by American rock band Chicago. Written by Diane Warren and produced by Ron Nevison, it was the second single from the band's album Chicago 19. The song, which features Bill Champlin on lead vocals, topped the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks in December 1988, matching the chart success of the group's "If You Leave Me Now" (1976) and "Hard to Say I'm Sorry" (1982). "Look Away" was Chicago's seventh song to peak at number one on the Adult Contemporary chart. The power ballad was the top-ranked song on the 1989 year-end Billboard Hot 100 chart.