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  • The Streets of New York City Under Quarantine | The New Yorker

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    Scenes from a day of weirdness in quarantine in New York City as New Yorkers socially distance to avoid spreading the coronavirus. Times Square, Grand Central Station, subways, and streets appear eerily empty while the residents of the five boroughs have taken shelter at home to curb the outbreak of COVID-19.

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  • The Streets of Tehran Under Quarantine | The New Yorker

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    Scenes from a day of weirdness under lockdown, as Tehranians practice social distancing to avoid spreading the coronavirus. The city's landmarks and streets appear eerily empty and quiet while residents of Tehran, Iran have taken shelter to curb the outbreak of COVID-19.

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  • Odyssey - Native New Yorker HD

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    Odyssey - Native New Yorker Del Año (1977) Fue Todo Un Exito De La Disquera (RCA Records) El Grupo Musical (Odyssey) Grupo Que Fue y Es Todo Un Clásico, De La Época Prodigiosa, y Con El Tema (Native New Yorker), Con El Debido Respeto A Todos Los Que Son, La Disquera, ÉL Grupo Musical, Los Vídeos, y Tal Vez Otros, Hice El Arreglo, Por Cierto No Fue Nada Fácil Pero Aquí Esta, y Estoy Muy Satisfecho Por El Arreglo De Esta Bonita Canción, Todo Esto Es Maravilloso Y No Se Debe Perder, Por Eso Creo Que Debemos Compartir, y Sin Fines De Lucro, Todo El Tema Musical y Arreglo Del Vídeo Esta Precioso, Con Todo Respeto A Todos Gracias.

  • The Many Lives of a New York City Doorman | The New Yorker Documentary

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    The unusual working life of Yves Deshommes—as a doorman, art dealer, and violinist—has been in service of improving the lives of his fellow-Haitians in their home country.


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    LION BABE - Native New Yorker

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    Cover of the classic song originally by Odyssey. As heard in Michael Kors Gorgeous!





  • Love Lessons from a Forty-Four-Year-Old Plant Shop in New York City | The New Yorker Documentary

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    Ched Markovic and his wife, Maria, have been running a little plant shop in Manhattan for over forty years. Their plants are thriving, but is their marriage? Matthew Beck’s film “Noble Planta” explores this sometimes strained relationship.

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  • The Streets of Seoul, South Korea Under Quarantine | The New Yorker

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    Scenes from a day of weirdness under lockdown, as residents of Seoul, South Korea practice social distancing to avoid spreading the coronavirus. The city's landmarks and streets appear eerily empty while residents have taken shelter at home to curb the outbreak of COVID-19.

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  • Eighty Years of New York City, Then and Now | The New Yorker

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    A split-screen tour of the same streets in New York City, from the nineteen-thirties and today.


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  • The Streets of Milan Under Quarantine | The New Yorker

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    Scenes from a day of weirdness in quarantine in Milan, Italy as Italians socially distance to avoid spreading the coronavirus. The city's landmarks and streets appear eerily empty and quiet while residents of Milan have taken shelter to curb the outbreak of COVID-19.

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  • The Streets of Atlanta Under Quarantine | The New Yorker

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    Scenes from a day of weirdness under lockdown, as residents of Atlanta, Georgia practice social distancing to avoid spreading the coronavirus.

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  • The Real New Yorker’s Sandwich

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    Forget your street cart hot dogs and deli pastrami, the *real* New Yorker’s sandwich is the chopped cheese, a beautiful conglomeration of chopped ground beef, melted cheese and secret seasoning, all served on a hero or a roll. The birthplace of the chopped cheese is Hajji’s Deli in Harlem, where Salah has been managing the joint for the past 15 years. Inspired by an Arabic dish, the chopped cheese has now become a New York staple, with fans in everyone from Jay-Z to Cam’ron.

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  • Lewis Black’s Survival Guide for New Yorkers Stuck in Suburbia | The Daily Social Distancing Show

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    Moving to suburbia during the pandemic to escape a closed-down city? Lewis Black shares his guide to adjusting to life as a suburban refugee. #DailyShow #TrevorNoah #LewisBlack

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  • How New Yorkers Are Coping With Coronavirus | NYT News

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    With restrictions tightened on businesses and daily activity, residents are grappling with uncertainty about resources, health care and their paychecks.

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  • My First Time in New York City | NYC Travel VLOG

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    Travel with me to New York City (NYC) USA, The best city in the world. We will be travelling to Brooklyn, Manhattan and then we will get one of the best pizza slices in NYC. Also, let me know in the comments what you like about New York and which place i should visit next...

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  • Making New York-style pizza at home

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    ***RECIPE, MAKES FOUR 12-INCH PIZZAS***

    For the dough:

    1 teaspoon active dry yeast
    1 teaspoon sugar
    ¼ cup warm water

    2 cups warm water
    1 tablespoon sugar
    1 tablespoon salt
    ¼ cup olive oil
    5 cups bread flour, plus more as needed

    Bloom the yeast in a stand mixer bowl with the teaspoon of sugar and ¼ cup water. When it’s frothy, add the rest of the ingredients and mix with the dough hook until a smooth ball comes together. It should be only slightly sticky; if it’s very sticky, add additional flour. Divide dough into four equal parts, roll each into a smooth ball and place in its own, well-oiled bowl. Age in the refrigerator for at least 24 hours or up to a week.

    For the sauce:

    1 28-ounce can whole San Marzano tomatoes
    ¼ cup olive oil
    ½ teaspoon sugar, or more to taste
    1 teaspoon dried oregano
    2 tablespoons tomato paste

    Remove tomatoes from their canning liquid and discard the liquid. Squish or blend the tomatoes until smooth. Add remaining ingredients and mix until smooth. Makes enough for four pizzas.

    For the cheese:

    6 ounces whole-milk, low-moisture mozzarella per pizza
    Grated parmesan for dusting

    Assembly:

    Place pizza stone on middle rack and preheat oven on its maximum temperature for one hour. Use convection setting, if available. After pre-heating, stretch pizza dough and place on a well-dusted peel (stone-ground whole-wheat flour works best). Top with sauce, dusting of parmesan, and then the mozzarella. Bake for 5-6 minutes. Rest on cooling rack before slicing.

  • The Streets of New Orleans Under Quarantine | The New Yorker

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    Scenes from a day of weirdness under quarantine in New Orleans, Louisiana as residents practice social distancing to avoid spreading the coronavirus.

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  • The Streets of Paris Under Quarantine | The New Yorker

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    Scenes from a day of weirdness in quarantine in Paris, France as Parisians socially distance to avoid spreading the coronavirus. The city's landmarks and streets appear eerily empty while residents have taken shelter at home to curb the outbreak of COVID-19.

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  • Sketches a New York City street corner - The New Yorkers Sketchbook

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    Jorge Colombo sketches limo drivers on his iPhone.

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  • Are New Yorkers really that rude?

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    A recent Business Insider survey found that people consider New Yorkers the rudest people in the country, beating cities like Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington D.C., Boston and more. But are we really that bad? PIX11's Ben Aaron took to the streets of Manhattan to find out in his own unique way.

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  • Get to Know a New York City Pizza Legend | The New Yorker

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    Domenico DeMarco has been making pizzas at Brooklyn’s famous Di Fara Pizza since 1965.

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  • New Yorkers REACT to New York is a GHOST TOWN!

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    I went out on the streets of New York and asked actual New Yorkers what they think of people calling the city A ghost town. Do you think New York is dead? Comment below (and subscribe if you like this video) :) This is NOT a place to have political conversations. I am simply having New Yorkers react to comments about New York. This has NOTHING to do with politics.

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  • The Coronavirus’s Impact on Chinatown | The New Yorker

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    In the days before all restaurants were ordered to be take-out or delivery only, the New Yorker staff writer Jiayang Fan visited her favorite Chinatown establishments to see how they were faring.

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  • The Rise of Sheriffs Opposing Lockdown | The New Yorker

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    A movement to resist social distancing has taken hold with some law-enforcement officials, including the sheriff of Washington’s Klickitat County, who is going head to head with Governor Jay Inslee in defying the state's guidelines.

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  • Native New Yorker - Odyssey

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    (Lyrics are below). Odyssey is originally a New York, United States singing group with Native New Yorker probably being their best known track. They mainly had dance and soul hits in the late 1970's and early 1980's and are now based in the UK. Two of their other best know tracks were Use It Up and Wear It Out and If You're Lookin' for a Way Out which both came from their third studio album Hang Together in 1990

    Native New Yorker comes from their first album Odyssey and was released in 1977

    NO COPYRIGHT INTENDED. NOT MY MUSIC ALL RIGHTS TO OWNERS

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    NATIVE NEW YORKER

    New York, ooh, ooh, ooh

    Runnin' pretty, New York City girl
    25, 35, hello, baby
    New York City girl

    You grew up ridin' the subways, running with people
    Up in Harlem, down on Broadway
    You're no tramp, but you're no lady
    Talkin' that street talk
    You're the heart and soul of New York City

    And love
    Love is just a passing word
    It's the thought that you had
    In a taxicab that got left on the curb
    When he dropped you off at East 83rd

    Oh, oh, oh (Oh, oh, oh)
    You're a native New Yorker
    You should know the score by now (You should know by now)
    You're a native New Yorker

    New York girl, ooh, ooh, ooh

    Music plays, everyone's dancin' closer and closer
    Makin' friends and findin' lovers
    There you are, lost in the shadows
    Searchin' for someone (Searchin' for someone)
    To set you free from New York City

    And, whoa
    Where did all those yesterdays go?
    When you still believed
    Love could really be like a Broadway show
    You were the star, when did it close?

    Oh, oh, oh (Oh, oh, oh)
    You're a native New Yorker
    No one opens the door
    For a native New Yorker
    (Runnin' pretty, New York City girl)

    Ooh, ooh, ooh
    (Native, native, native, ooh)

    (Where did all those yesterdays go?
    When you still believed
    Love could really be like a Broadway show
    You were the star)

    You're a native New Yorker
    You should know the score by now
    You're a native New Yorker
    You should know the score
    You should know the score by now
    You're a native New Yorker
    Oh, oh, oh
    (Native, native, native, native New Yorker)
    You're a native New Yorker

    Whoa, oh-oh-oh
    You're a native New Yorker
    You should know the score

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  • THE END? New Yorker explains why New York City is dead forever, not bouncing back

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    Everyone has a love/hate relationship with New York City. It has some of the worst qualities, but it's unlike ANY city elsewhere in the world. But now, the city that never sleeps may be gone forever. In a recent LinkedIn op-ed, New Yorker James Altucher wrote why he believes New York City is Dead Forever. And Glenn agrees: not only is the city completely boarded up due to ongoing violence, but New Yorkers are leaving in a mass exodus. And they're not coming back. This time, New York may not be bouncing back like it's done so many times before.


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  • The Last Diamond Cutters of New York City

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    As the diamond industry moves abroad for lower-cost labor, master diamond cutter Max Fuchs, looks back.

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  • The New Yorker Presents Season 1 - Official Trailer HD | Prime Video

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    From award-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney’s Jigsaw Productions, Amazon Prime Video presents a groundbreaking new series that brings America's most award-winning magazine, The New Yorker, to the screen with documentaries, short narrative films, comedy, poetry, animation, and cartoons from the hands of acclaimed filmmakers and artists. Produced by Jigsaw Productions and Condé Nast Entertainment.

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  • The Most Radioactive Place in New York City

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    The story behind a radioactive site in Queens that may become New York City's next Superfund site.

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  • How to Pretend You’re a Real New Yorker

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    There's nothing wrong with being a tourist in New York City. But if you want to blend in, here's what you need to know.

    Step 1: Scan the local papers
    Start the day by scanning The New York Times and reading the gossipy Page Six of the New York Post. Forget USA Today – New Yorkers only read that as a last resort.

    Step 2: Ditch the map
    Ditch the map – it’s a dead giveaway! Get the general lay of the land before you leave your hotel, then only take the map out when you can study it surreptitiously – like in a bathroom.

    Step 3: Don’t ask for a toilet
    Speaking of bathrooms, there are hardly any public restrooms in New York, so take advantage of 'semi-public' bathrooms in department stores, museums, cafes, and restaurants.

    Step 4: Be provincial
    Be provincial. If anyone mentions anyplace in the country other than Los Angeles, Miami, and Chicago, ignore them.

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    Pretend to know everything there is to know about New York City. Make sure to reminisce about the good old days when Time Square was riddled with crime and porno shops.

    Step 5: Never drive
    Never drive a car in the city. Take the subway, a bus, or a cab—or better yet, walk.

    Step 6: Walk fast
    Walk as fast as you can at all times, even if you’re not in a hurry.

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    Never stand on the curb waiting for a light. Step off and edge your way into the street until you can cross.

    Step 7: Know the cab lingo
    Know how to give a cabbie directions: New Yorkers never give an exact, number address. They give the street and the cross streets that border the block, like '50th between 5th and Madison!'

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    H-o-u-s-t-o-n Street is pronounced 'How-stun,' not 'Hyoo-stun.'

    Step 8: Wear lots of black
    Wear a lot of black, especially if you’re a woman. It doesn’t matter if Manhattan women are going to work, to a nightclub, or to a two-year-old’s birthday party – it’s always better in black, and it’s always better to err on the side of dressy rather than casual.

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    If you must buy a souvenir 'I Heart New York' t-shirt, for goodness sake, leave it in the bag. Don’t wear it until you’re home.

    Step 9: Eat street meat
    Eat from the street. No, not dumpsters – street vendors! Yeah, it’s a little scary, but it’s also cheap, convenient, and surprisingly good. And we can’t remember the last person who died from it.

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    New York City honors its food vendors with the annual Vendy Awards. Research who won most recently and hit up their cart.

    Step 10: Go out late
    Eat in restaurants after 8 p.m. – before that, they’re either empty or—horror of horrors— patronized by families with small children. Play it safe; have dinner at 9 and drinks at 11.

    Step 11: Always be on your cell
    Always be on your cell phone or checking your Blackberry. Is it rude? Yes. Is it the norm in New York City? Yes.

    Step 12: Come back
    Come back soon! You’re not nearly as annoying now as you were when you arrived.

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  • New York City is CRAZY EMPTY right now

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    I'm a native New Yorker. This feels like an alternate universe.

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  • The Streets of Tehran Under Quarantine | The New Yorker

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    Published on Apr 9, 2020
    Scenes from a day of weirdness under lockdown, as Tehranians practice social distancing to avoid spreading the coronavirus. The city's landmarks and streets appear eerily empty and quiet while residents of Tehran, Iran have taken shelter to curb the outbreak of COVID-19..
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  • Pisillo: A Love Story | The New Yorker

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    Enter the world of Pisillo, an Italian panini shop in the heart of the Financial District.

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  • A Cartoonist’s Creative Process | Cartoons, Etc. | The New Yorker

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    The cartoonist joins Emma and Colin to discuss her process, and how to be civil in the big city.

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  • Why Noise Pollution Is More Dangerous Than We Think | The Backstory | The New Yorker

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    David Owen reports on noise pollution, an intangible phenomenon with serious costs to human health and wildlife.

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  • Take A Quick Look at the EHS New Yorker Residence

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    Tour the fantastic EHS New Yorker Residence in Midtown Manhattan, and it's neighborhood.

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  • Empty streets of NYC during Covid crisis narrated by Sarah Henry Deputy

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    n New York City people are asked to Shelter in Home and Quarantine and the streets of NYC are empty . Aaron Fedor reports for VOA from New York City.
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  • Writer Joyce Carol Oates at home - Profiles - The New Yorker

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    In this video, Joyce Carol Oates discusses writing, her daily routine, and her idea of her own personality.

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  • New Yorkers leaving Manhattan; CDC halts evictions; Labor day deals already underway | NTD Business

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    NTD Business News- 9/2/2020
    1. NY Homes Selling Fast, Except in Manhattan
    2. WH Announces Sweeping Ban on Evictions
    3. US Budget Deficit to Hit $3.3T This Year
    4. Labor Dept. Projects Drop in Job Growth
    5. Amazon Drivers Hanging Phones in Trees
    6. Lego Sales Surge From Housebound Families
    7. Macy’s Rethinks Holidays With Online Focus
    8. Fla. Dumps Quest Over Late Virus Reporting
    9. China, Russia Base Vaccines on Common Cold
    10. Bill Seeks to Spur US Rare Earths Mining
    11. US Seeks Mexico Talks Over Produce Imports
    12. UK Minister Warns Against Tax Increases
    13. Australia: 1st Recession in Nearly 30 Yrs
    14. Commerzbank to Drop Ey As Auditor in 2022
    15. Labor Day Deals Already Underway
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  • New Yorkers still taking cramped subway amid pandemic

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    Social distancing can be difficult in a city where millions use public transportation. In New York City, many are still traveling on the subway, but they're anxious. #coronavirus #covid19





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    Song lyrics:

    YOUNG AND PRETTY
    NEW YORK CITY GIRL
    TWENTY-FIVE, THIRTY-FIVE
    HELLO, BABY
    NEW YORK CITY GIRL

    YOU GREW UP
    RIDIN' THE SUBWAYS
    RUNNING WITH PEOPLE
    UP IN HARLEM
    DOWN ON BROADWAY

    YOU'RE NO TRAMP
    BUT YOU'RE NO LADY
    TALKIN' THAT STREET TALK
    YOU'RE THE HEART AND SOUL
    OF NEW YORK CITY

    AND LOVE...
    LOVE IS JUST A PASSING WORD
    IT'S THE THOUGHT YOU HAD
    IN A TAXI CAB THAT
    GOT LEFT ON THE KERB

    WHEN HE DROPPED YOU OFF
    AT EAST EIGHTY-THIRD
    OH-OH-OH...
    YOU'RE A NATIVE NEW YORKER

    YOU SHOULD KNOW
    THE SCORE BY NOW
    YOU'RE A NATIVE NEW YORKER...

    YOU'RE... HOO-HOO-HOO...
    MUSIC PLAYS
    EVERYONE'S DANCIN'
    CLOSER AND CLOSER
    MAKIN' FRIENDS
    AND FINDIN' LOVERS

    THERE YOU ARE
    LOST IN THE SHADOWS
    SEARCHIN' FOR SOMEONE
    TO SET YOU FREE
    FROM NEW YORK CITY

    AND WOAH...
    WHERE DID ALL
    THOSE YESTERDAYS GO
    WHEN YOU STILL BELIEVED
    LOVE COULD REALLY BE
    LIKE A BROADWAY SHOW

    YOU WERE THE STAR
    WHEN DID IT CLOSE
    OH-OH-OH...
    YOU'RE A NATIVE NEW YORKER
    NO ONE OPENS THE DOOR
    FOR A NATIVE NEW YORKER...

    WHERE DID ALL
    THOSE YESTERDAYS GO
    WHEN YOU STILL BELIEVED
    LOVE COULD REALLY BE
    LIKE A BROADWAY SHOW

    YOU'RE THE STAR
    YOU'RE A NATIVE NEW YORKER...
    YOU SHOULD KNOW
    THE SCORE BY NOW
    YOU'RE A NATIVE NEW YORKER...

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