"Every Street's a Boulevard in Old New York" as written by and Jule/hilliard Styne....
I tell you every street's a boulevard in old New York
Every street's a highway of your dreams
It's a thrill to shop on 34th street
Or down in Union Square
We like the people you meet
On Mulberry street, have you ever been there

Every street's a boulevard in old New York
So keep smiling and you'll never wear a frown
Just remember there's an East Side and the West Side
And Uptown and Down
That's why we're proud to be a part of New York town

34th street, Union Square, Mulberry Street
Have you ever been there

Every street's a boulevard in old New York
Streets are paved with happiness in old New York
We're proud you're a part of it
We're happy that you came
Each sidewalk is a concrete path to fame
Just remember there's an East Side and the West Side
And Uptown and Down
In this great big metropolis known as New York town


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"Every Street's a Boulevard in Old New York" as written by Jule Styne Bob Hilliard

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