"New York Woman" as written by and Yoko Ono....
It was getting dark in a snow-covered park
I thought I saw you smiling
You left town to marry a Texas millionaire
I wonder how you are doing

You were a New York woman
New York woman
New York woman
I love you

I heard him on the air discussing world affairs
And something about his global vision
That's when I wondered if you made the right decision
I want to know what you're thinking

You were a New York woman
New York woman
New York woman
I miss you

You were a New York woman
New York woman
New York woman
I miss you

I miss you, I miss you, I miss you
I miss you, my friend

I miss you
Oh, I miss you
Oh, I miss you
Oh, I miss you


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"New York Woman" as written by Yoko Ono

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