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Dean Martin – Every Street's A Boulevard (In Old New York) lyrics

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



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/d/dean_martin/every_streets_a_boulevard_in_old_new_york.html

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