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John Pizzarelli - I Wouldn't Trade You Lyrics

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  • I wouldn't trade you for the whole big apple,
  • The great white way, first base at Shea,
  • I wouldn't swap you for the city's keys,
  • Or all that stuff at Tiffanys,
  • I wouldn't trade you for the whole big apple,
  • To play the palace, the Met with Callas,
  • Not even for the Rockefeller tree,
  • Or corned beef at the Carnegie,
  • Who needs breakfast after dark,
  • Or counting stars in Central Park,
  • The glamour, the grammar all leave me cold,
  • But you keep me warm as I grow old,
  • I wouldn't trade you for the whole big apple,
  • The Circle Line, Le Cirque at nine,
  • Not for a penthouse on Park Avenue,
  • I wouldn't trade you,
  • Who needs breakfast after dark,
  • Or counting stars in Central Park,
  • The glamour, the grammar all leave me cold,
  • But you keep me warm as I grow old,
  • I wouldn't trade you for the whole big apple,
  • A plaza suite, Gene Kelly's feet,
  • No deal on Wallstreet could change my view,
  • Dow Jones and me are through,
  • I wouldn't trade you.

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