"6th Avenue" as written by and India Arie Simpson....
Queens, Long Island, and Brooklyn too
From the Rockefeller Center to 5th Avenue
Still my favorite place in the Empire State is in bed with you

Central Park, The Village
And the Brooklyn Bridges
The hottest shoes in the world the Fashion District
Still my favorite place in the Empire State is in bed with you

I've been around the world and now I understand
(There is nothing more)
Valuable than an honest friend
(There is nothing more)
Powerful than the warm hands of a man
I think you understand
Oh I think you understand

A boat on the Hudson to Niagara Falls
From the Statue of Liberty to Carnegie Hall
Still my favorite place in the Empire State is in bed with you

We can go to Radio City or to Madison Square Garden
Listen to jazz in Lincoln Center
Visit the Apollo up in Harlem
But when it's all done and said and I lay down my head
I wanna be next to you

'Cause, my favorite place in the Empire State, is 6th Avenue


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"6th Avenue" as written by India Arie Simpson

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