"42nd Street [From 42nd Street]" as written by and Al/warren Dubin....
In the heart of little old New York
You'll find a throughfare
Its the part of little old New York
That runs into times square
A crazy quilt that Wall Street Jack built
If you've got a little time to spare
I'd like to take you there
Come and meet
Those dancing feet
On the avenue I'm taking you too
Forty second street
Hear the beat of dancing feet
Its the song I love the melody of
Forty second street
Little nifites from the fifties
Innocent and sweet
Sexy ladies from the eighties
Who are indiscret
Oh they're side by side
They're glorified
Where the underworld can meet the elite
Forty second street

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"42nd Street" as written by Harry Warren Al Dubin

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