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St. Vincent’s new song ‘New York’ is here

St. Vincent’s new song ‘New York’ is here

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St. Vincent’s new single is appearing on streaming services as the world turns to midnight on release day and it’s Europe’s turn.

‘New York’ is Annie Clark’s first song from her forthcoming album and last week she announced a European tour with a Dublin date on sale this morning..

‘New York’ is a piano-ballad that turns into an emotionally direct song thats up there with St Vincent’s most heart-bearing music. It clocks in at only 2 mins 34 seconds.

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NEW YORK lyrics

new york isn’t new york without you, love
so far in a few blocks to be solo
and if i called you from first avenue
well you’re the only motherfucker in the city who can handle me
new love wasn’t true lover back to you love
so
much for a home run with some blue
bloods
if i last
strawed you 8th avenue
well, you’re the only motherfucker in the city who can stand me
i have lost a hero
i have lost a friend
but for you, darling
i’d do it all again
new york isn’t new york without y
ou, love
too few of our old crew left on astor
so if i trade our hood for some hollywood
well, you’re the only motherfucker in the city who would
only motherfucker in the city who would
only motherfucker in the city who’ll forgive me
i have lost a hero
i
have lost a friend
but for you, darling
i’d do it all again

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