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A Song title that includes the name of a city, state, country.

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A music challenge.
6 years ago, May 25th 2013 No: 161 Msg: #171054  
The Girl for Impanema by Frank Sinatra + Antonio Carlos Jobim










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6 years ago, May 25th 2013 No: 162 Msg: #171055  
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Who would have guessed the instrumental theme from a TV show would once have the highest radio airplay in the US?

Jan Hammer - Theme from Miami Vice
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6 years ago, May 25th 2013 No: 163 Msg: #171059  
I'm throwing my arms around Paris - Morrissey
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6 years ago, May 25th 2013 No: 164 Msg: #171067  
April sun in Cuba - Dragon
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6 years ago, May 25th 2013 No: 165 Msg: #171069  
Sounds of then: this is Australia - GANGgajang
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6 years ago, May 25th 2013 No: 166 Msg: #171072  
Hollywood 7 - Jon English
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6 years ago, May 25th 2013 No: 167 Msg: #171074  
Fall of Rome - James Reyne
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6 years ago, May 25th 2013 No: 168 Msg: #171078  
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Even more politically activist than "Beds are Burning"; Warakurna is an aborginal settlement in the Australian outback.
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6 years ago, May 25th 2013 No: 169 Msg: #171085  
This one's as old as the Oklahoma Hills! (Jim Reeves)


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6 years ago, May 25th 2013 No: 170 Msg: #171086  
Now here's an even older one, which many who've never been to the UK probably won't understand - but it should still bring a smile to your face!

With My Little Stick of Blackpool Rock (George Formby)



Explanation: Blackpool is an old-fashioned seaside resort with a famous tower in the county of Lancashire, NW England. Rock is a hard, stick-shaped boiled-sugar sweet/candy usually flavoured with mint and with the town's name running all the way through it (Google 'Stick of rock'!). George Formby (1904-1961) was a Lancashire-born singer-songwriter and comedian who famously sang comical songs and played a ukelele. Keep smiling!

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6 years ago, May 26th 2013 No: 171 Msg: #171106  
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Time for a terrible pun. Nothing, Arizona is a ghost town northwest of Phoenix that at its peak had a population of about 10 people. LOTS of songs inadvertently mention it in their title, of which this is an example:


At least one tune about the actual town also exists, by a local country group:
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6 years ago, May 27th 2013 No: 172 Msg: #171128  
On that note then,
A song for Nhill (one of my favourite Victorian towns)
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6 years ago, May 27th 2013 No: 173 Msg: #171132  
HaHa! That was almost as much fun as George Formby (except he could sing in tune).
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6 years ago, May 28th 2013 No: 174 Msg: #171169  
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That was pretty funny! Why stop now? (Why, also in Arizona, has a population of about 100. It was named for the shape of a major highway intersection downtown).

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6 years ago, May 29th 2013 No: 175 Msg: #171191  
Meet me in St. Louis by Judy Garland




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6 years ago, May 29th 2013 No: 176 Msg: #171192  
John Hiatt Memphis in the Meantime





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6 years ago, May 29th 2013 No: 177 Msg: #171193  
Mott the Hoople All the Way from Memphis




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6 years ago, May 29th 2013 No: 178 Msg: #171194  
El Paso by Marty Robbins




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6 years ago, May 29th 2013 No: 179 Msg: #171195  
I Love LA by Randy Newman





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6 years ago, May 29th 2013 No: 180 Msg: #171196  
ZZ Top LaGrange

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