What real life locations are mentioned in songs, band names or album titles?
Real Places Mentioned in Songs, Neil Diamond
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Well, I'm New York City born and raised
But nowadays, I'm lost between two shores.
LA's fine, but it ain't home.
New York's home but it ain't mine no more.
Refers to New York City, and to Los Angeles, California. If the Atlantic and Pacific shores of the U.S. also count as places, a reference to those could also be cited.
Submitted by: Regina Haniger
She gets to know you,
She gets to hold you,
The state of Kentucky used to be spelled Cane-tuck-ee, Cantucky, Kain-tuck-ee and Kentuckee.
Submitted by: Kathy
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