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"59 Chrystie Street" by Beastie Boys A * "Across 110th Street" by Bobby Womack * "Alice" by Mott the Hoople * "All Alone on Christmas" by Darlene Love * "All My Friends in New York" by NOFX * "All the Critics Love U in New York" by Prince * "All the Way From New York" by Wilson Phillips * "All the Way to New York City" by Rosie Thomas * "Alphabet City" by Clare & the Reasons * "Alphabet Town" by Elliott Smith * "Angels on the Moon" by Thriving Ivory * "Another Boner of a City" by California's Better * "Amity" by Elliott Smith * "Am I Ever Gonna Fall in Love in New York City?" by Grace Jones * "America" by Paul Simon * "American Tune" by Paul Simon * "An Old Fashioned Christmas" by Frank Sinatra * "An Open Letter to New York" by The Bamboo Kids * "An Open Letter to NYC" by The Beastie Boys * "Angel of Harlem" by U2 * "Andy Warhol (3.59 of fame)" by Evan and Jaron * "Angels Sing In New York City" by Modern Talking * "Anniversary" by Suzanne Vega * "Another Hundred People" by Stephen Sondheim, from Company (musical) * "Another Lonely Night In New York" by Robin Gibb * "Another Rainy Day in New York City" by Chicago * "A-Punk" by Vampire Weekend * "Arthur's Theme" by Christopher Cross * "At The Zoo" by Simon and Garfunkel * "Autumn In New York" composed by Vernon Duke and performed by Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Chet Baker, Harry Connick, Jr., and many more * "Avenue A" by Daniel Cartier * "Avenue B" by Iggy Pop * "Avenue B" by Gogol Bordello * "Avenue C" by Barry Manilow
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B * "Back in N.Y.C." by Genesis * "Back of a Truck" by Regina Spektor * "Back To The Bronx" by 2 Live Crew * "Back When I Was Four" by Jeffrey Lewis * "Bad New York Band" by Jim Testa * "Ballad of N.Y.C." by Fun Lovin' Criminals * "Bedstuy Parade & Funeral March" by Mos Def * "Believe" by Yellowcard (talks in detail about the firemen involved in the 9/11 attacks) * "The Best Of Queens (It's Us)" by Mobb Deep * "Better in Manhattan" by Casey Deinel * "Big Apple" by Kajagoogoo * "Big Apple" by Molly Hatchet * "Big Apple Boogaloo" by Brooklyn Funk Essentials * "Big Apple Dreamin'" by Alice Cooper * "The Big Backyard" (Up in Central Park) by Sigmund Romberg * "Big Man On Mulberry Street" by Billy Joel * "Big Yellow Taxi" by Blue System * "Black History Month" by Death from Above 1979 (inspired by a ride through the New York subway) * "Bleecker & MacDougal" by Fred Neil * "Bleecker Street" by Simon and Garfunkel * "Blue Belles O' Harlem" by Duke Ellington * "Boogie Down Bronx" by JVC Force * "Boy From New York City by The Manhattan Transfer and The Ad Libs * "The Boy Looked At Johnny" by The Libertines * "Born in New York City" by Michael Packer * "The Boxer" by Simon and Garfunkel * "Breakfast in NYC" by Oppenheimer * "The Bridge Is Over" by Boogie Down Productions * "Bright Lights" by Matchbox Twenty * "Broadway" by The Clash * "Broadway (So Many People)" by Low * "Broadway" by Old 97s * "Broadway Baby" Stephen Sondheim * "Broadway Melody of 1974" by Genesis * "Bronx" by Kurtis Blow * "The Bronx Is Beautiful" by Robert Klein * "Bronx Keeps Creating It" by Fat Joe * "Bronx Tale" by Fat Joe * "Bronx War Stories" by A.I.G. * "Brooklyn" by Steely Dan * "Brooklyn" by Buckcherry * "Brooklyn" by Jesse Malin * "Brooklyn" by Mos Def * "Brooklyn" by They Might Be Giants * "Brooklyn" by We're About 9 * "Brooklyn" by John Henry Sheridan * "Brooklyn Blues" by Barry Manilow * "Brooklyn Blurs" by The Paper Raincoat * "Brooklyn Boogie" by Louis Prima * "Brooklyn Bound" by The Black Keys * "The Brooklyn Bridge" by Sammy Cahn (Performed by Frank Sinatra, Mel Torm, & Others) * "Brooklyn Bridge" by Darren Hanlon * "Brooklyn Girls" by Black 47 * "Brooklyn Girls" by Robbie Dupree * "Brooklyn Go Hard" by Jay-Z * "Brooklyn Movements" by Da Bush Babees * "Brooklyn High" by Jay-Z * "Brooklyn Is Burning" by Head Automatica * "Brooklyn Roads" by Neil Diamond * "Brooklyn Queens" by 3rd Bass * "Brooklyn NYC" by Jim Tragas * "Brooklyn Sky" by Digable Planets * "Brooklyn Stars" by Matt Pond PA * "Brooklyn Steakhouse" by Bumblefoot * "Brooklyn to T-Neck" by Das EFX * "Brooklyn Took It" by Jeru The Damaja * "Brooklyn Zoo" by Ol' Dirty Bastard * "Brooklyn's Finest" by Jay-Z ft The Notorious B.I.G. * "Brooklyn's In The House" by Busy Bee * "The Brooklynites" by Soul Coughing * "Brooklyn Biatch" by Gzum Inshallah * "Bulletproof Weeks" by Matt Nathanson
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C * "C.R.E.A.M." by Wu-Tang Clan * "Cab" by Train * "Cabbies on Crack" by The Ramones * "Cali To New York" by the Black Eyed Peas * "The Camera Eye" by Rush * "Canal Street" by Love as Laughter * "Cell Phones Ringing (in the Pockets of the Dead)" by Willie Nile * "Central Park" by Pete Miser * "Central Park West" by John Coltrane * "Central Park 'n' West" by Ian Hunter * "Chelsea" by Counting Crows * "Chelsea Avenue" by Patti Scialfa * "Chelsea Girls" by The Velvet Underground * "Chelsea Hotel" by Dan Bern * "Chelsea Hotel No 2" by Leonard Cohen * "The Chelsea Hotel Oral Sex Song" by Jeffrey Lewis * "Chelsea Morning" by Joni Mitchell * "Chicago" by Sufjan Stevens * "Chicago, New York" by The Aislers Set * "China" by Tori Amos * "Christmas in the City" by Mary J Blige * "Christmas in Hollis" by Run D.M.C. * "Christmas in New York" by Loa Falkman * "Christmas in New York" by Kelley Vice * "Christmas Night in Harlem" by Mitchell Parish and Raymond Scott, performed by Louis Armstrong, Jack Teagarden, and others * "Christmas on Riverside Drive" by Kid Creole * "Church on White" Pavement * "City Boy" by Fun Lovin' Criminals * "City Love" by John Mayer * "City Song" by David Ippolito * "City of Blinding Lights" by U2 * "City of Dreams" by The Loft * "Calling Out Names" by Kurupt * "Cold Hands From New York" by Gordon Lightfoot * "Cold World" by GZA w/ Life * "Collect to NYC" by Heatmiser * "Come Down Sister" by The Throbs * "Coming Home" by KISS * "Coney Island" by Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass * "Coney Island" by Death Cab for Cutie * "Coney Island" by Mel Torm * "Coney Island Baby" by Lou Reed * "Coney Island Baby" by The Excellents * "Coney Island Baby" by Tom Waits * "Coney Island Girl" by Fun Lovin' Criminals * "Cotton Club Stomp" by Duke Ellington * "[A] Country Boy Can Survive" by Hank Williams, Jr. * "Cradle and All" by Ani Difranco * "Crooklyn" by The Crooklyn Dodgers consisting of Masta Ace Special Ed & Buckshot Shorty from Black Moon * "Cuckoo Cocoon" by Genesis
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D * "Daddy Don't Live in that New York City No More" by Steely Dan * "Daughters of the Soho Riots" by The National * "Damn, Sam (I Love a Woman That Rains)" by Ryan Adams * "Date With Baby" by Brooklyn Funk Essentials * "Date With New York City" by Stefani Scovolo and Hugh Colocott * "Debbie Loves Joey" by Helen Love * "Deja Vu (Uptown Baby)" by Lord Tariq and Peter Gunz * "Deee-Lite Theme" by Deee-Lite * "Desolation Row" by Bob Dylan * "Detachable Penis" by King Missile * "Diamonds and Rust" by Joan Baez * "Dirty Boulevard" by Lou Reed * "Do It Right" by The Slaughterhouse Four * "Do Like You Do in New York" by Boz Scaggs * "Do You Miss New York?" by Dave Frishberg * "Doin' It" by LL Cool J * "Don't Be Upset" by Jeffrey Lewis * "Down in the Depths (on the Ninetieth Floor)" by Cole Porter * "Down and Out In New York City" by James Brown * "Downtown" by Tony Hatch, performed by Petula Clark (covered by Dolly Parton, Frank Sinatra, Emma Bunton, The B-52's and others) * "Downtown Train" by Tom Waits * "Dreaming of Manhattan" by Echo Brain * "Drop Me Off in Harlem" by Duke Ellington (covered by Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Dave Frishberg, Johnny Hodges, George Shearing, and many more) * "Dropping Some NYC" by Blues Traveler * "Dream Like New York" by Tyrone Wells
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E * "East River" by Jeffrey Lewis * "East Side Beat" by The Toasters * "East Village Rocker With A Missed onnection" by Jason Trachtenburg * "Easter Parade" by Judy Garland * "Echoes of Harlem" by Duke Ellington * "Egg Cream" by Lou Reed * "88 Christopher Street" by Dirt Bike Annie * "Eleanor Put Your Boots On" by Franz Ferdinand * "11:11" by Rufus Wainwright * "11:35" by Aesop Rock * "11th Street" by Ravens & Chimes * "Empire State" by Fleetwood Mac * "Empire State Building" by Randy Newman * "Empire State Express" by Son House * "Empire State Halo" by Echo & the Bunnymen * "Englishman in New York" by Sting, said to be inspired by Quentin Crisp * "Everybody's Talkin" by Breakaway * "Every Street's a Boulevard (In Old New York)" by Jule Styne / Bob Hilliard, From the Broadway musical "Hazel Flagg" (1953) covered by Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis & others * "Everything's Better in Manhattan" by Casey Dienel * "Eyes of a New York Woman" by B.J. Thomas
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F * "F Train" by Babe the Blue Ox * "Face Down At Folk City" by The Roches * "Faded Flower of Broadway" by Willie Nile * "Fairytale of New York" by The Pogues and Kirsty MacColl * "Famous Blue Raincoat" by Leonard Cohen * "52nd Street" by Billy Joel * "53rd and 3rd" by The Ramones * "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)" by Simon and Garfunkel (covered by Ernestine Anderson) * "Fighting 69th" by Dropkick Murphys * "First Snow in Brooklyn" by Jethro Tull * "First we Take Manhattan" by Leonard Cohen * "5 Boroughs" by KRS-One with Bounty Killer, Buckshot, Cam'Ron, Keith Murray, Killah Priest, Prodigy of Mobb Deep, Redman, Rev. Run, and Vigilante * "Frank Mills" by James Rado/Gerome Ragni/Galt MacDermot, from the musical Hair * "From New York to LA" by Patsy Gallant * "Folk Song" by Bongwater * "42nd Street" by Drink Me * "42nd Street" by Ruby Keeler * "42nd Street Psycho Blues" by Janis Ian * "45 Minutes From Broadway" by George M. Cohan * "14th Street" by Rufus Wainwright * "14th Street" by Laura Cantrell * "Fuego En El 23" by Fania All-Stars * "Fuel" by Ani DiFranco
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G * "Get Ready Here Come the Knicks" by Paulette LaMelle * "GG Train" by Charles Mingus * "The Girl From New York City" by The Beach Boys * "Girl From NYC (Named Julia)" by Of Montreal * "Give it Back to the Indians" by Rodgers and Hart from Too Many Girls (1939). * "Give My Regards to Broadway" by George M. Cohan * "Glad Tidings" by Van Morrison * "Go Brooklyn" by Stetsasonic * "Go Harlem" by Chick Webb and his Orchestra * "Go New York Go New York Go" (Knicks theme song) by Jesse Jaymes * "Goin' to New York" by James Blood Ulmer * "Goodbye Manhattan " by Pieces Of A Dream * "Good Fortune" by PJ Harvey * "Good to Go" by Elliott Smith * "Goodnight, New York" by Julie Gold * "Gotham City" by R. Kelly * "Gotham City Serenade" by Big Bad Jake * "Gramercy Park Hotel" by Edwin McCain * "Grand Central Station" by Mary Chapin Carpenter * "Greenwich Village Folk Song Salesman" by Lee Hazlewood * "Ground Zero Brooklyn" by Carnivore
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H * "Hard Times in New York Town" by Bob Dylan * "Harmony in Harlem" by Duke Ellington * "Harlem" by Duke Ellington * "Harlem" by Edwin Starr * "Harlem" by Bill Withers * "Harlem" by Jim Jones * "Harlemania" by Duke Ellington * "Harlem Air Shaft" by Duke Ellington * "Harlem Congo" by Chick Webb and his Orchestra * "Harlem Fuss" by Fats Waller & His Buddies (covered by Eddie Condon) * "Harlem Heaven" by The Rance Allen Group * "Harlem Holiday" by Cab Calloway and his Orchestra * "Harlem Hospitality" by Cab Calloway and his Orchestra * "Harlem Joys" by Willie "The Lion" Smith & His Cubs * "Harlem Lullaby" composed by Margod Millhane and Willard Robison, performed by Mildred Bailey, The Dorsey Brothers, and Junior Mance * "Harlem Madness" by Fletcher Henderson & his Orchestra * "Harlem Nocturne" by Earle Hagen (covered by Ray Anthony, Earl Bostic, Martin Denny, Les Elgart, Esquivel, Maynard Ferguson, Stan Kenton, Johnny Otis, Mel Torm and many more) * "Harlem on Parade" composed by Benny Carter and Ray Evans, performed by Gene Krupa & his Orchestra, Anita O'Day, and Roy Eldridge * "Harlem River Quiver" by Duke Ellington * "Harlem Shout" by Eddie Durham and Jimmie Lunceford * "Harlem Shuffle" by Bobby Relf and Earl Nelson (covered by The Rolling Stones) * "Harlem Twist (East St. Louis Toodle-oo" by Duke Ellington * "Harlem Women" by Hank Kilroy * "Harlem Woogie" by James P. Johnson * "Hats Off To Hawaii" by Kung Fu Monkeys * "Ha Ya Doin? Yankees" - The Haya Doin'? Boys * "Headset" by Avril Lavigne * "A Heart in New York" by Gallagher and Lyle (covered by Simon and Garfunkel) * "Heartbreaker" by The Rolling Stones * "Heavens in New York" by Wyclef Jean * "Hell in New York" by Slaughter and the Dogs * "Hello Brooklyn" by Beastie Boys * "Hello Brooklyn 2.0" by Jay-Z featuring Lil Wayne * "Hello, Dolly!" by Jerry Herman (about 14th Street) * "Hello New York" by Silverhead * "Here Come the Yankees", by Bob Bundin and Lou Stallman * "Here to New York" by Ruth * "Hey, Manhattan" by Prefab Sprout * "Hey Eugene!" by Pink Martini * "Hey There Delilah" by Plain White T's * "Holiday in Harlem" by Chick Webb (featuring Ella Fitzgerald) * "Holland Tunnel" by I Am the World Trade Center * "Holland Tunnel" by John Phillips * "Hot in Harlem" by Tiny Grimes (covered by Indigo Swing) * "Hotel Chelsea Nights" by Ryan Adams * "Hover" by Rhett Miller * "How About You?" composed by Ralph Freed and Burton Lane, performed by Chet Baker, Rosemary Clooney, Tommy Dorsey, Bill Evans, Judy Garland, Oscar Peterson, Frank Sinatra, Maxine Sullivan, and many more
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I * "I Am, I Said" by Neil Diamond * "I Can't See New York" by Tori Amos * "I Dreamt I Dwelt in Harlem" by Glenn Miller & his Orchestra * "I Feel Safe In New York City" by AC/DC * "I Gotcha Back" by GZA * "I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City" by Harry Nilsson (covered by Sinad O'Connor) * "I Happen to Like New York" by Cole Porter * "I Just Wanna Have Something to Do" by The Ramones * "I'll Take New York" by Tom Waits * "I'll Sink Manhattan" by They Might Be Giants * "I Love Harlem" by Asher Roth and Jim Jones * "I Love Livin' In The City" by Fun Lovin' Criminals * "I Love NYC" by Andrew W.K. * "I Love New York" by Madonna * "I Run New York" by 50 Cent featuring Tony Yayo * "I Woke Up in a Car" by Something Corporate * "I'm a Knicks Fan" by Jesse Jaymes * "I'm Waiting For The Man" by The Velvet Underground * "Idiot Kings" by Soul Coughing * "If You Were Here" by Unlovables * "Illume" by Fleetwood Mac * "In A New York Minute" by Sanne Salomonsen and Chris Minh Doky * "In the Cage" by Genesis * "In the City" by Milton * "In the Flesh" by Blondie * "Incident on 57th Street" by Bruce Springsteen * "The Incumbent" by Soul Coughing * "Into the Fire" by Bruce Springsteen * "It's a Long Way Suzy To New York City" by The Subsonics * "In the Mood Again" by Elvis Costello * "Istanbul (Not Constantinople)" by They Might Be Giants * "It's Nice to go Trav'ling" by Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen * "It Rains In New York To" by Pete Miser * "I've Got New York" by The 6ths * "Is It Raining in New York City?" by Cashman & West
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J * "J'ai rv New York" by Yves Simon * "Jamaica Funk" by Chaka Khan * "Jamaican In New York" by Shinehead * "Janine" by Soul Coughing * "Je voudrais voir New York" Daniel Lavoie * "Jenny From The Block" by Jennifer Lopez featuring Jadakiss & Styles P. * "Jesus Went To N.Y.C." by Five Fifteen * "JFK To LAX" by Gang Starr * "The Joint Is Really Jumping Down At Carnegie Hall" by Judy Garland * "Just Over The Brooklyn Bridge" by Art Garfunkel * "Johnny Go To New York" by Bedouin Soundclash * "Jungleland" by Bruce Springsteen
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K * "The Key to Gramercy Park" by Deadsy * "Keyornew" by Mathieu Boogaerts * "The Killing of Georgie" by Rod Stewart * "King of New York" by Fun Lovin Criminals * "King of New York" by Schoolly D * "King of New York" from the soundtrack to Newsies * "King of N.Y." by Fat Joe * "King of the New York Streets" by Dion * "Kitty Lives in Brooklyn", composer unknown * "Kitty's Back" by Bruce Springsteen
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L * "Lady Cab Driver" by Prince * "La Maleta" by Rubn Blades & Willie Coln * "The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway" by Genesis o Note: The album of the same name is a concept album that takes place in New York City. The only individual songs listed on this list refer to specific geographic locations in New York City, i.e. references to Broadway and Times Square in the title song. * "Last Exit To Brooklyn" by Modern Talking * "La Vie Boheme" by Jonathan Larson, from the musical Rent * "Leaving New York" by R.E.M. * "Leaving New York" by Ross Crean * "A Letter to the New York Post" by Public Enemy * "Let's Fly Away" by Cole Porter (performed by Anson Weeks, Lee Wiley, Doris Day, Jeri Southern, Bobby Short, and others) * "Let's Go Mets" by the New York Mets * "Let's Take a Walk Around the Block" by Harold Arlen, Yip Harburg and Ira Gershwin * "The Light Dies Down on Broadway" by Genesis * "A Light Shines on the Other Side of Brooklyn" by Pain Hertz * "Lightning Strikes (Not Once but Twice)" by The Clash * "Little Kids" by the Kings of Convenience * "Live From New York" by Raekwon * "Living for the City" by Stevie Wonder * "Livin' La Vida Loca" by Ricky Martin * "Living in America" by Black 47 * "Lonely in New York" by Sophie Milman * "Lost and Found" by The Kinks * "Lost In the Flood" by Bruce Springsteen * "Lost on Bleecker Street" by David Ippolito * "Lower East Side" by U.K. Subs * "Love Is My Decision" by Chris DeBurgh * "Love Song to New York City" by Chelsea Genzano * "Lovecraft in Brooklyn" by The Mountain Goats * "Lua" by Bright Eyes * "Ludlow Street" by Suzanne Vega * "The Luckiest Guy on the Lower East Side" by The Magnetic Fields * "Lullaby of Broadway" from the musical 42nd Street * "Lullaby on New York" by Aztec Two-Step
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M * "M79" by Vampire Weekend * "MacDougal Blues" Kevn Kinney * "Macy's Day Parade" by Green Day * "Made In NYC" by The Casualties * "Marching Bands of Manhattan" by Death Cab for Cutie * "The Man from Harlem" by Cab Calloway and his Orchestra * "Manhattan" by Kings of Leon * "Manhattan" by Turnstyle * "Manhattan" by Caetano Veloso * "Manhattan" by Louise Attaque * "Manhattan" by Eric Johnson * "Manhattan" by Yes Simon * "Manhattan" by Rodgers and Hart and performed by Tony Bennett, Rosemary Clooney, Blossom Dearie, Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, John Pizzarelli, and many more * "Manhattan Avenue" by Nellie McKay * "Manhattan Cowboy" by Susan Cagle * "Manhattan Island Serenade" by Leon Russell * "Manhattan-Kaboul" by Renaud Schan with Axelle Red * "Manhattan Madness" by Irving Berlin * "Manhattan Serenade" performed by Georges Tzipine * "Manhattan Skyline" by a-ha * "Manhattan Skyline" by David Shire * "Manhattan Skyline" by The Cocker Spaniels * "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard" by Paul Simon * "Meet the Mets" by Ruth Roberts * "Meet the Mets" (organ version) by Jane Jarvis * "Meet You in Manhattan" by Michael Sicoly * "Meeting Across The River" by Bruce Springsteen * "Miami 2017 (Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway)" by Billy Joel * "Mi Barrio" by La Casa * "Miss You" by The Rolling Stones * "Mizz Bed-Stuy" by The Brooklyn Funk Essentials * "Mi Vida En Nueva York" by Los Hermanos Rosario * "Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters" by Elton John * "Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters, pt.2" by Elton John * "More Shine" by Si*Se * "Morning Glory" by Loey Nelson * "Morph the Cat" by Donald Fagen * "Motorcycle Drive By" by Third Eye Blind * "Moving to New York" by The Wombats * "Mr. New York City" by Asida Soul * "Much Further to Go" by Rosie Thomas * "My Apartment" by Ben Kweller * "My Blue Manhattan" by Ryan Adams * "My City of Ruins" by Bruce Springsteen (originally inspired by Asbury Park, New Jersey) * "My My Metrocard" by Le Tigre * "My New York" by Reclinerland * "Myriad Harbour" by The New Pornographers * "My Ship's Rolling In" by Drink Me
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N * "Native New Yorker" by Odyssey * "Ne Me Quitte Pas" by Regina Spektor * "Never Enough Time" by Nate Borofsky * "New Amsterdam" by Elvis Costello * "New Amsterdam" by Travis * "New Killer Star" by David Bowie * "New New York" by The Cranberries * "The New New York" by Tru-Life * "New York" by AZ * "New York" by Cat Power * "New York" by Continental Drifters * "New York" by Eskimo Joe * "New York" by The Flowers of Romance * "New York" by MCL - Micro Chip League * "New York" by Ja Rule * "New York" by Norah Jones * "New York" by Prozzk * "New York" by Rhubarb (band) * "New York" by Richard Ashcroft * "New York" by Sex Pistols (covered by Opium Jukebox) * "New York" by Stephen Fretwell * "New York" by The Crash * "New York" by The Templars * "New York" by U2 * "New York" by Vennaskond * "New York avec toi" by Tlphone * "New York As A Muse" by Yoko Ono * "New York Baby" by Leona Naess * "New York Blackout" by The Mighty Sparrow * "New York Belongs to Me" by Roger Miret and the Disasters * "New York Boy" by Neil Diamond * "New York Central" by Son House * "A New York Christmas" by Rob Thomas * "New York City" by Boney M * "New York City" by Keith Caputo * "New York City" by Cub, covered by They Might Be Giants * "New York City" by The Cult * "New York City" by Damon and Naomi * "New York City" by The Demics * "New York City" by Emigrate (2007) * "New York City" by Evergreen * "New York City" by Hanoi Rocks * "New York City" by Mason Jennings * "New York City" by John Lennon and Yoko Ono * "New York City" by Madball * "New York City" by Peter Malick and Norah Jones * "New York City" by Paul van Dyk * "New York City" by moe. * "New York City" by Gil Scott-Heron * "New York City" by Stisism * "New York City" by T. Rex * "New York City" by That Was Something * "New York City" by They Might Be Giants * "New York City Beat" by The Fabulous Pop Tarts * "New York City Blues" by Duke Ellington * "New York City Boy" by Pet Shop Boys
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N * "New York City Blues" by The Yardbirds * "New York City Cops" by The Strokes * "New York City Fuck Off" by Matson Jones * "New York City Girl" by Modern Talking * "New York City Lights" by Sophie Ellis-Bextor * "New York City Pakistan" by Terre Roche * "New York City Rhythm" by Barry Manilow * "New York City Serenade" by Bruce Springsteen * "New York City Streets" by Triumph * "New York City Streets" by COOL DAYS END * "New York City (You're a Woman)" by Al Koooper * "New York City Boy" by Pet Shop Boys * "New York Crew" by Judge * "New York Fever" by The Toasters * "New York Giants" by Big Punisher * "New York Girls" by The Mooney Suzuki * "New York Girls" by Morningwood * "New York Groove" by Ace Frehley * "New York, Hold Her Tight" by Restless Heart * "New York, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down" by LCD Soundsystem * "New York In The Dark" by the Ad Libs * "New York Is A Christmas Kind of Town" by Marah * "New York Is A Woman" by Suzanne Vega * "New York Is Rockin'" by Curtis Stigers * "New York Mining Disaster 1941" by The Bee Gees * "New York Minute" by Don Henley * "New York Minute" by Mobile * "New York Minute" by Zoetrope * "New York Moon" by Louise Redknapp * "New York, New York", music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Betty Comden & Adolph Green from the 1946 musical On the Town * "New York, New York" written by Kander and Ebb; originally recorded by Liza Minnelli; famously sung by Frank Sinatra * "New York, New York" by Ja Rule featuring Fat Joe and Jadakiss * "New York, New York" by Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five * "New York, New York" by Ryan Adams * "New York, New York (So Good They Named It Twice)" by Gerard Kenny * "New York, New York" by Johnny Winter * "New York, New York" by The Dictators * "New York, New York" by Microchip League * "New York, New York" by Moby * "New York, New York" by Nina Hagen * "New York, New York" by The Dogg Pound feat. Snoop Dogg * "New York New York New York" by Tellison * "New York, New York Stealing My Way" by Back Street Crawler * "New York Nights" by Jesse Malin * "New York Nights" by Recoil * "New York, NY 10009" by Black 47 * "New York Police State" by Agnostic Front * "New York Shit" by Busta Rhymes * "The New York Shuffle" by Graham Parker * "New York Skyline" by Garland Jeffreys * "New York Slave" by The Blood Brothers * "New York State Of Mind" by Billy Joel * "New York State of Mind" by Nas * "New York State of Mind Pt. 2" by Nas * "New York State of Mind" by Alicia Keys Nas and Rakim * "New York State of Mind" by Mel Torm * "New York Strait Talk" by Gang Starr * "New York Taxi" by Harry Belafonte * "New York Telephone Conversation" by Lou Reed * "New York Tendaberry" by Laura Nyro * "New York Times" by Cat Stevens * "New York, USA" by Serge Gainsbourg (covered by Mick Harvey) * "New York Wakes" by Horslips * "New York Was Great" by The Raveonettes * "New York (Ya Out there?)" by Rakim * "New York, You've Got Me Dancing" by Andrea True onnection * "New York's A Lonely Town" by The Trade Winds * "New York's Alright (If You Like Saxophones)" by Fear (covered by Enon) * "New York's In Love" by David Bowie
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N * "New York's My Home" by Sammy Davis Jr. * "New York's Not My Home" by Jim Croce * "Next Exit" by Interpol * "The Next Ten Minutes" from the musical "The Last Five Years" * "Nights in Harlem" by Luther Vandross * "Nights on Broadway" by the Bee Gees * "Nolita Fairytale" by Vanessa Carlton * "No hay marcha en Nueva York" by Mecano * "No Sleep 'Til Brooklyn" by The Beastie Boys * "No Woman, No Cry" by The Fugees * "Noche En Down Town" by Fito Pez * "Nueva York" by Santana (from the album "Shango") * "Nuyorico" by La Bruja * "N.Y." by Doves * "NY Electric" by Aesop Rock * "NY Nightmare" by Phoebe Legere * "NY Song" by Modern Skirts * "N.Y.C." From the Broadway musical "Annie" * "NYC (You can't dance in New York City)" by Das Ben * "NYC" by Drink Me * "NYC" by Permanent Me * "NYC 1999!" by Pussy Galore * "NYC-25" by The Olivia Tremor Control * "NYC" by Interpol * "NYC Beat" by Armand Van Helden * "NYC C--T" by Princess Superstar * "NYC Everything" by RZA * "NYC Ghosts & Flowers" by Sonic Youth * "NYC Man" by Lou Reed * "NYC (Theres No Need To Stop)" by The Charlatans * "NYC Song" (Sample 'What it's Worth' of Buffalo Springfield) by Charles & Eddie * "NYC Soul" by Kane * "NYC Weather Report" by Five For Fighting * "NYC Tonight" by GG Allin * "NYC's Like a Graveyard" by The Moldy Peaches * "NYC" by Kevin Rudolf * "NYNYC" by Daryl Hall * "NYU Girls" by The Argument * "Not So Soft" by Ani DiFranco * "NY Trip" by The Cure * "NY Weather Report" by Talib Kweli
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O * "O Beautiful" by Tara Leigh Cobble * "Off Broadway" by Ryan Adams * "Oh Oh I Love Her So" by The Ramones * "Old Man Harlem" by Hoagy Carmichael and Rudy Valle (covered by The Dorsey Brothers, Dave Frishberg, Ethel Waters, and others) * "Old New York" by Luke Temple * "Old School" by 2pac * "Old Soul Song (For the New World Order)" by Bright Eyes (about the anti-war protests held in New York City on February 15th, 2003) * "Oldest Established Permanent Floating Crap Game in New York" by Frank Loesser from the 1950 musical Guys and Dolls * "Olympia, WA" by Rancid * "On Broadway" by Barry Mann & Cynthia Weil with Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, for The Drifters (1963), also performed by George Benson and many others * "On My Way to Harlem" by Coolio * "On the Drag" by They Might Be Giants * "On The Streets Of The Bronx" by The Moonglows * "Once Upon A Time In New York City" by Huey Lewis * "One Day You'll Dance For Me New York City" by Thomas Dybdahl * "One Night in NYC" by The Horrorist * "Only In New York" by Jeanine Tesori and Dick Scanlan for the musical Thoroughly Modern Millie * "The Only Living Boy in New York" by Simon & Garfunkel * "Our Lady of the Bronx" by Black 47 * "Out of Habit" by Ani Difranco
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P * "Pacifics" by Digable Planets * "Paper Boats" by Nada Surf * "Paranoia Blues" by Paul Simon * "Park Slope" by Dean Wareham and Britta Phillips * "Pedro Navaja" by Rubn Blades & Willie Coln * "Penthouse Serenade" by Marianne Faithfull * "Perfect Day" by Lou Reed * "People Who Died" by Jim Carroll * "Piazza, New York Catcher" by Belle and Sebastian * "Planet Williamsburg" by Jim Testa * "Poem to a Horse" by Shakira * "Poses" by Rufus Wainwright * "Positively 4th Street" by Bob Dylan * "Poster Girl" by The Backstreet Boys * "Punk Rock Club" by Unlovables * "Puttin' on the Ritz" by Irving Berlin
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Q * "Q.U. -- Hectic" by Mobb Deep * "Queens" by Pharoahe Monch * "Queens Boulevard" by Kid Casanova * "Queensboro Bridge" by David Mead * "Que Pasa, New York?" by Elephant's Memory featuring John Lennon * "Queens Is" by LL Cool J featuring Prodigy
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R * "Radio Free Brooklyn" by Pete Miser * "Rats" by Drink Me * "Real Rock & Roll Don't Come From New York" by The Gizmos * "Red Dragon Tattoo" by Fountains of Wayne * "Rene and Georgette Magritte with Their Dog After the War" by Paul Simon * "Rent" by Jonathan Larson, from the musical Rent * "Respiration" by Black Star featuring Common * "Rhapsody In Blue" by George Gershwin (inspired by the sounds and motions of a locomotive leaving Grand Central Station) * "Rhode Island Is Famous for You (aka Coney Island)" by The Lascivious Biddies * "The Right Profile" by The Clash * "Rikers Island" by Cocoa Tea * "The Rising" by Bruce Springsteen * "Riverside Drive" by Achim Reichel (in German, lyrics by poet Jrg Fauser) * "Rock City" by Bernard Lavilliers * "Rockaway Beach" by The Ramones * "Rockin' Around in NYC" by Marshall Crenshaw * "Rockin' the Bronx" by Black 47 * "Romeo Had Juliet" by Lou Reed * "Rose of Washington Square" (old standard)
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S * "Safe In New York City" by AC/DC * "A Salute to Harlem" by Boots Douglas (covered by Girls from Mars) * "Saturday In The Park" by Chicago * "Savoy" by Lucky Millinder * "Savoy Strut" by Duke Ellington * "Sci-Fi Wasabi" by Cibo Matto * "Screamin George" by The Arkhams] * "Self Evident" by Ani Difranco * "Seven One Eight" by FannyPack * "Seventh Avenue" by Rosanne Cash * "Shattered" by The Rolling Stones * "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker" by The Ramones * "The Sheik Of Avenue B" by Frank Crumit * "Sherry Darling" by Bruce Springsteen * "Shy" by Ani Difranco * "Sidewalks of New York" by James W. Blake and Charles B. Lawlor (1890, used as a presidential campaign tune in the 1920s [1]), performed by Duke Ellington, Cannonball Adderley, and others * "Silver Bells" a famous Christmas song by Bing Crosby * "Singin' in Central Park" by David Ippolito * "Six" by Darlington * "Six Queens" by Larrikin love * "Sixth Avenue Heartache" by The Wallflowers * "Skylines and Turnstiles" by My Chemical Romance * "Slapshot (The Rangers Goal Song), by Bad Apple * "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" by Mick Ronson * "Slum Goddess" by The Fugs * "Slumming on Park Avenue" composed by Irving Berlin, performed by Jimmie Lunceford, Fletcher Henderson, Mildred Bailey, and others * "Snowin' in Brooklyn" by Ferron * "So far around the bend" by The National ("Now there's no leaving New York") * "So Long Astoria" by The Ataris * "Soft Smoke" by The Pink Spiders * "Song for Myla Goldberg" by The Decemberists * "Song for Sharon" by Joni Mitchell * "South 2nd" by CocoRosie * "South Bronx" by Boogie Down Productions * "Spanish Harlem" by Jerry Leiber & Phil Spector, recorded and performed by Ben E. King (covered by Aretha Franklin and The Mamas and the Papas) * "Spanish Harlem" by Andy McCoy * "Spanish Harlem Incident" by Bob Dylan * "Spring Street" by Dar Williams * "Spring in NYC" by Eddie Chevy * "Springtime in New York" by Jonathan Richman * "The Start Of Your Ending (41st Side)" by Mobb Deep * "Staten Island" by Johnny McEvoy * "Staten Island Baby" by Black 47 * "Statue of Liberty" by XTC * "Stayin' Alive" by the Bee Gees * "Stickman Crossing The Brooklyn Bridge" by Brooklyn Funk Essentials * "Stock Exchange" by Miss Kittin & the Hacker * "Stompin' at the Savoy" composed by Benny Goodman, Andy Razaf, Edgar Sampson, and Chick Webb * "Stop That Train" by Beastie Boys * "Strange Powers" by The Magnetic Fields * "Streets of New York" by Alicia Keys * "Streets of New York" by Kool G Rap & DJ Polo * "Streets of New York" by The Wolfe Tones * "Streets of New York" by Willie Nile * "Streets of NY" by Terror Squad * "Subrosa Subway" by Klaatu * "Subway Train" by the New York Dolls * "Suicide (A Better Way)" by Choking Victim * "Sullivan Street" by Counting Crows * "Summer in the City" by The Lovin' Spoonful * "Sunday at the Savoy" by Count Basie * "Sunday in New York" by Carroll Coates and Peter Nero, performed by Ernestine Anderson, Bobby Darin, Mel Torm, and others * "The Sun Will Rise in Queens" by The Exit * "Sunkeneyed Girl" by Mike Doughty
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T * "Take Me Back NYC" by Herman Dne * "Take Me Back To Manhattan" by Cole Porter (from the musicals "The New Yorkers" and "Anything Goes) * "Take that Look off Your Face" by Andrew Lloyd Webber (from the musical Song and Dance) * "Take the 'A' Train" by Billy Strayhorn, the signature tune of Duke Ellington * "Take the A Music Club * "Talkin' New York" by Bob Dylan (from his eponymous album) * "Tenth Avenue Freeze Out" by Bruce Springsteen * "The only living boy in New York" by Simon & Garfunkel * "There is a Rose in Spanish Harlem" by Jerry Leiber & Phil Spector, recorded and performed by Ben E. King * "There's a Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon for New York" from the opera Porgy and Bess by George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, and Dubose Heyward and recorded by Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald, Carmen McRae & Sammy Davis, Jr., Ernestine Anderson, Miles Davis, and many more * "There is Life Outside Your Apartment" from the musical showAvenue Q * "This Island" by Le Tigre * "This Island New York" by Nate Borofsky * "This Mess We're In" by PJ Harvey (with Thom Yorke) * "Thousands Are Sailing" by The Pogues * "Three Buroughs" by X-ecutioners * "Times Square" by Marianne Faithfull * "Times Square Go-Go Boy" by East River Pipe * "Tina Toledo's Street Walkin' Blues" by Ryan Adams * "Token Back To Brooklyn" by They Might Be Giants * "Tom's Diner" by Suzanne Vega * "To The 5 Bouroughs" by The Beastie Boys * "Train Under Water" by Bright Eyes * "Transit ride" by Guru's Jazzmatazz * "Tres Leches (Triboro Trilogy)" by Big Punisher * "Trial of Tears" by Dream Theater * "Tribeca" by Kenny G * "Twelve-Thirty (Young Girls Are Coming to the Canyon)" by The Mamas and the Papas * "Two Little Girls" by Ani DiFranco * "Two Nobodys in New York" from the musical [[Title of Sho*
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U * "Underneath the Harlem Moon" by Don Redman and his Orchestra * "Union Square" by Tom Waits * "Underground Town" by The Toasters * "Unfailing Love" by Chris Tomlin
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W * "Wake up in New York" by Craig Armstrong * "The Wall Street Shuffle" by 10cc * "Walk on the Wild Side" by Lou Reed * "Walkin' In N.Y." by The Manhattan Transfer * "Walk In N.Y" by Fabolous * "Washington Square" by Counting Crows * "Washington Square" by The Village Stompers * "Way Out West (On West End Avenue)" by Rodgers & Hart (Performed by Ray Charles, Bobby Short, & Others) * "We're A Happy Family" by The Ramones * "We Are New York and We Love Basketball" by Paulette LaMelle * "We Are Not Ashamed" by Carman (singer) * "We Are The City" by Casey Neill * "We Live In Brooklyn Baby" by Roy Ayers * "We Need Jesus" by Petra (band) * "Welcome to Brooklyn" by Lil Kim * "Welcome to New York" by Tim Mahoney * "Welcome to New York City" by Cam'Ron featuring Jay-Z and Juelz Santana * "What More Do I Need?" by Stephen Sondheim * "What New York Couples Fight About" by Morcheeba featuring Kurt Wagner * "What New York Used to Be" by The Kills * "When New York was Irish" by Terence Winch * "When I First Kissed You" by Extreme * "When the Stars Go Blue" by Ryan Adams * "When You Got to New York" by Saturday Looks Good To Me * "Where I'm From" by Digable Planets * "Where It All Started (NY)" by Hi-tek featuring Jadakiss, Papoose, Talib Kweli, and Raekwon * "White Boy With A Feather" by Jason Downs * "Whizz Kid" by Mott the Hoople * "Who am I" by Casting Crowns * "Why" by Jeremy Kushnier * "Why Should I Worry?" by Billy Joel (from the film Oliver & Company) * "Williamsburg Will Oldham Horror" by Jeffrey Lewis * "Wimpy Drives Through Harlem" by The Queers * "The World I Know" by Collective Soul * "Wouldn't Have You Any Other Way (NYC)" by Elton John
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Y * "Yeah! New York" by Yeah Yeah Yeahs * "You and Me and New York City" by Brad Hopkins * "You Can't Live in Harlem" composed by Sammy Cahn and Saul Chaplin, performed by Sidney Bechet with Noble Sissle & his Orchestra * "You Don't Mess Around With Jim" by Jim Croce * "You Lift Me Up" by Rachael Lampa * "You Said Something" by PJ Harvey * "You Get High in N.Y.C." by Revanche * "You've Seen Harlem at Its Best" by Ethel Waters Z * "Zephyr & I" by Suzanne Vega
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V * "Val Jester" by The National * "The Vampires of New York" by Marcy Playground * "Venezuelan In New York" by King Chang * "Venus" by Television * "The Village in the Morning" by The Magnetic Fields * "Violets For Your Furs" by Frank Sinatra * "Visions of Johanna" by Bob Dylan * "Valley Winter Song" by Fountains of Wayne
Sasha Moo
... ?..
Johnny KKKAAAA CHING! California
>> ? . - ))) )
Renata Guyfner
some of them are not worth listening)))))))))))
Sasha Moo
oh, that makes life definitely easier :)
Renata Guyfner
Sasha Moo, u sure u have ears?????))))))))LOL
Sasha Moo
abso-f*cking-lutely :)
Johnny KKKAAAA CHING! California
>>some of them are not worth listening yes, right)
Renata Guyfner
oh, i'm jealous now))))))))))))

 

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