New York Girls Lyrics

Steeleye Span

credits


publisher: ©Peermusic Publishing
writers: Maddy Prior, Nigel Pegrum, Peter Knight, Rick Kemp, Robert Johnson, Tim Hart
album: Track 9 in album Commoners Crown
release date: 1975
popularity : 9 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock
styles: Folk Rock
length: 3:13
writer: [traditional]

Album Information

country(area): United Kingdom
script: Latin

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Steeleye Span Commoners Crown cover art

Lyrics

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As I walked down through Chatham Street
A fair maid I did meet,
She asked me to see her home--
She lived in Bleecker Street.
Chorus:
And away you santy, my dear honey,
O you New York girls, can't you dance the polka?
And when we got to Bleecker Street,
We stopped at forty-four,
Her mother and her sister there,
To meet her at the door.
Chorus:
And when I got inside the house,
The drinks were passed around,
The liquor was so awful strong,

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  • 3 Long Lankin
  • 4 Dogs and Ferrets
  • 5 Galtee Farmer
  • 6 Demon Lover
  • 7 Elf Call
  • 8 Weary Cutters
  • 9 New York Girls