"New York City" as written by and Mason Stewart Jennings....
New york city, you're so pretty
All your faces, going places
And I believe if you fall in love
I believe if you fall in love

You should jump right in
Always going, faster modem
Cell phone fables, candle-lit tables
I believe if you fall in love

Yes, I believe if you fall in love
You should jump right in
I wrote our initials in the sidewalk cement
Tattooed your name across my arm for all to see

I want to sing about it, sing about it, sing about it
I've got your back from now on baby, you can count on me
Only one life, kisses all night
Kids round fountains, concrete mountains

And I believe if you fall in love
I believe if you fall in love
You should jump right in


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"New York City" as written by Mason Stewart Jennings

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    General CommentIts funny that this song has no comments when this is probably his most commercial style song. It's about him loving New York simply because of how much he loves his significant lover and screaming to all that love is great.
    Rageron March 13, 2005   Link

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