The Boy from New York City Karaoke - Manhattan Transfer

This title is a cover of The Boy from New York City as made famous by Manhattan Transfer

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With backing vocals (with or without vocals in the KFN version)

Tempo: variable (around 152 BPM)

In the same key as the original: A

The song begins a cappella

Duration: 03:52 - Preview at: 01:26

Release date: 1981
Genres: Rock & Roll, Pop, In English
Original songwriters: George Davis, Nigel John Taylor

All files available for download are reproduced tracks, they're not the original music.

Lyrics The Boy from New York City

He's kinda tall he's really fine
Someday I hope to make him mine all mine
And he's neat and oh so sweet
And just the way he looked at me
He swept me off my feet
Oowee you ought to come and see
How he walks ooh and how he talks
He's really down and he's no clown
He has the finest penthouse
I've ever seen in town
And he's cute in his Mohair suit
And he keeps his pockets full of spending loot
Oowee say you ought to come and see
His dueling scar and brand new car
Every time he says he loves me chills run down my spine
Every time he wants to kiss me oh he makes me feel so fi-i-ine
Oh yeah ooh yeah oh yeah
Oh he can dance and make romance
That's when I fell in love with just one glance
He was shy and so was I
And now I know I'll never ever say goodbye
Oowee say you ought to come and see
He's the most from coast to coast
Oh yeah
Oh yeah talking 'bout the boy the boy from New York city
Talk about the boy the boy from New York city
Oh yeah he's fine show wish that he was mine
Ooh that boy can dance and ooh can romance
I'm talking 'bout the boy the boy from New York city
Talking 'bout the boy the boy from New York city
I'm talking about the boy from New York city

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