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New York, New York City Speed
New York, New York City Speed
New York, New York City Speed
New York, New York City Speed

Dance To The Rhythm Boy
And Die Young,
But Make Sure We're Having Fun.
And They Say The Year That Radio Died
It Was In 1985.

New York, New York City Speed,
And We Got So Messed Up
New York, New York City Speed.

Tune In. Make Out. Break Off
It's New York City Speed.
Come On. Get In. Hang On
It's New York City Speed.
Dress Out, Wake Up
And I Wont Let You Down.

New York, New York City Speed
New York, New York City Speed
New York, New York City Speed
New York, New York City Speed
New York, New York City Speed

Think Till Your Heart is Sore
You Want More
Like Life Played Back in Fast-forward
And I Knew The Year That Video Died,
It Was In 1995.

New York, New York City Speed,
And We Got So F***** Up
New York, New York City Speed.

Look Good, Talk Less, Act Bad,
It's New York City Speed.
Shut Up, Put Out, Come On
It's New York City Speed.
Dress Up, Let Go
And I Won't Let You Down.

New York, New York City Speed.

And I Won't Let You Down.
New York, New York City Speed.(x3)



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