Song titles with the name of a city or town in them?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    KANSAS CITY - Wilbert Harrison

    MEMPHIS - Chuck Berry, Lonnie Mack, Johnny Rivers


    Battle of New Orleans - Johnny Horton

    Nashville Cats - Lovin' Spoonful

    City of New Orleans - Arlo Guthrie

    Luckenbach Tx - Waylon Jennings

    El Paso - Marty Robbins

    San-Ho-Zay - Freddie King

    Lodi - Creedence Clearwater Revival

    Big Train (From Memphis) - John Fogerty

    ALLEGHENY MOON - Patti Page


    CHICAGO - Frank Sinatra



    I'VE GOT A GAL IN KALAMAZOO - Glenn Miller, Tex Beneke voc.

    KANSAS CITY - Georgia Gibbs

    KOKOMO, INDIANA - Vaughn Monroe

    LULLABY OF BROADWAY (Manhattan) - Doris Day

    MANHATTAN TOWER - Patti Page

    MISSISSIPPI (Memphis) - Kay Starr

    MOON OVER BROOKLYN - Guy Lombardo

    MOON OVER MIAMI - Vaughn Monroe

    NEW ORLEANS - Frankie Laine


    NEW YORK, NEW YORK - Frank Sinatra

    OLD CAPE COD - Patti Page


    SAN ANTONIO ROSE - Bing Crosby

    SAN ANTONIO ROSE - Patti Page


    WAY DOWN YONDER IN NEW ORLEANS - Al Jolson & The Andrews Sisters

    WAY DOWN YONDER IN NEW ORLEANS - Frankie Laine & Jo Stafford

    WE'LL HAVE MANHATTAN - Ella Fitzgerald

    Sweet Home Chicago - Robert Johnson

    San Antonio Rose - Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys

    Knoxville Girl - Louvin Brothers

    Streets of Laredo - Marty Robbins

    Night Train to Memphis - Roy Acuff

    Poor People of Paris - Les Baxter

    Vienna - Ultravox

    Life In Tokyo - Japan

    West Oakland Strut - Ed Kelley

    Foxy Girls In Oakland - Roger Collins

    Angels In Houston - Larry Davis

    Detroit City Blues - Fats Domino

    Mardi Gras in New Orleans - Fats Domino

    Walkin' to New Orleans - Fats Domino

    Fujiyama Mama - Wanda Jackson

    Tallahassee Lassie - Freddy Cannon

    Bristol Stomp - The Dovells

    Grimsby - Elton John

    Vienna - Billy Joel

    Leningrad - Billy Joel

    "Why Do They All Take The Night Boat To Albany" Al Jolson

    "Shuffle' Off To Buffalo" Boswell Sisters

    "On The Streets Of The Bronx" - Magic Touch

    "Manhattan Serenade" 4 Coins

    "Saratoga Swing" - Duke Ellington

    "Watertown" Frank Sinatra

    "Robert of Huntington" - Escape

    "Wild Goose Geeses in Tarrytown - Weavers

    "Legend Of Sleepy Hollow" - Monotones

    "The Windsor Waltx" - Vera Lynn

    "Liverpool Sound" - Vito & Salutations (There is a Liverpool in NY)

    "New York City" - Village People

    "The Boy from New York City" Ad Libs

    "The Boy from New York City" - Brooklyn Bridge

    "The Boy from New York City" - Manhattan Transfer

    "The Boy from New York City" - Darts

    "I Wouldn't Live In New York City" - Buck Owens

    "Kitty From New York City" - The Gems

    "Autumn in New York" - Frank Sinatra

    "New York City Rhythm" - Barry Manilow

    "New York City Blues" Alan Freed

    "The Girl From New York City" - Beach Boys

    "Another Rainy Day In New Yor City" by Chicago

    "Down and Out In New York City" - James Brown

    "New York City Lady"- Lennie Coco & Chimes

    "In New York City" - Dion

    "New York City Blues" - The Yardbirds

    "Talkin' New York" - Bob Dylan

    "New York Boogie" - Lightning Hopkins

    "I Wouldn't Live In New York City" - Buck Owens

    "Going To New York" - Jimmy Reed

    "I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City" - Harry Nilsson

    "New York Girls" - The Kingston Trio

    "The Only Living Boy In New York" - Simon & Garfunkel

    "A Heart In New York" - Simon & Garfunkel

    "Four Little Girls In Boston" - Jimmie Rodgers

    "Goin' Back To Boston Town" - Tony Conn

    "Boston Burglar" - Cat Mother & The All Night Newsboys

    "San Francisco Girls" - Fever Tree

    "San Francisco Blues" - Lowell Fulson

    "San Francsico Lady" - Billy Lee Riley

    "San Francisco Mabel Joy" - Mickey Newbury

    "San Francisco" - Brian Wilson/Van Dyke Parks

    "Summer in Monterey" - Brian Wilson/Van Dyke Parks

    "L. A. Women Love Uncle Bud" - Boozoo Chavis

    "I Love L. A." - Randy Newman

    "Seattle Hunch" - Jelly Roll Morton

    "Streets of Bakersfield" - Buck Owens

    "By The Time I Get To Phoenix" - Glen Campbell

    "Galveston" - Glen Campbell

    "Houston" - Dean Martin

    "Wichita Lineman" - Glen Campbell

    "Wichita" - Big Joe Williams

    "Wichita Falls Blues" - T-Bone Walker

    "Abeline" - George Hamilton IV

    "Viva Las Vegas" - Elvis

    "Las Vegas" - Gram Parsons/Emmylou Harris

    "Saginaw, Michigan" - Lefty Frizzell

    "Carrie's Gone To Kansas City" - Scott Joplin

    "Goodbye Kansas City" - Wilbert Harrison

    "Kansas City Boogie Woogie Stomp" - Sam Price

    "Kansas City (We Gonna Move To Kansas City)" - Robert Nighthawk

    "Kansas City Bound" - Lowell Fulson

    "Leaving Kansas City" - Ike Turner

    "Kansas City Dog Walk" - Charlie Turner

    "The Kansas City Song" - Buck Owens

    "Kansas City (Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey)" - Little Richard

    "Kansas City Papa" - Leadbelly

    "Everything's Up To Date In Kansas City" - Oklahoma (the musical)

    "Kansas City Railroad Blues" - Roland White

    "Kansas City Baby" - Jimmy Reed

    "Kansas City Woman" - Chuck Willis

    "Kansas City Dog" - Little Cameron

    "She Moved To Kansas City" - Doug Stone

    "Little Joe From Chicago" - Nat Cole

    "Chicago Jump" - Jimmy Lee

    "Sweet Home Chicago" - Robert Johnson

    "Going To Chicago" - Fenton Robinson

    "Chicago Blues" - Lonnie Johnson

    "Chicago Flyer" - Meade "Lux" Lewis

    "Chicago Breakdown" - Doctor Ross

    "Chicago Is Just That Way" - Eddie Boyd

    "Trip To Chicago" - Lightnin' Slim

    "Chicago Bound" - Jimmy Rogers

    "Chicago Special" - Big Bill Broonzy

    "Back To Chicago" - Johnny Young

    "Streets of Old Chicago" - Martin, Bogan & the Armstrongs

    "Born In Chicago" - Paul Butterfield

    "Wine-O From Chicago" - Howard Crockett

    "Chicago Bound Blues" - Bessie Smith

    "New Chicago Blues" - Jimmy Reed

    "Chicago City" - The Monarchs

    "I Used To Work In Chicago" - Tin Ear Tanner

    "St. Louis Blues" - various

    "St. Louis Bound" - Omar & The Howlers

    "East St, Louis Toodle-Oo" - The Widespread Depression Orchestra

    "St. Louis Breakdown" - Luck Millinder

    "St. Louis Rag" - various

    "St. Louis Boogie" - Pete Johnson

    "East St. Louis Rock" - Ike Turner

    "East St. Louis Blues" - Blind Willie McTell & Curley Weaver

    "Goin' Back To St. Louis" - Mack Vickery

    "East St. Louis Baby" - Professor Longhair

    "I'm Going To St. Louis" - Washboard Sam

    "St. Louis Tickle" - various

    "St. Louis Gal" - Bessie Smith

    "St. Louis" - Bobby Smith & The Neat-Beats

    "I Walked All The Way From East St. Louis" - Fred McDowell

    "Memphis" - Donnie Owens

    "Memphis Gal" - Bullmoose Jackson

    "Going Back To Memphis" - Sunnyland Slim

    "Going Back To Memphis" - Gene Simmons

    "Memphis to New Orleans" - Harmonica Frank

    "Hello Memphis" - Ted Dixon

    "Memphis In The Meantime" - John Hiatt

    "Gotta Get To Memphis" - Buddy Aldo

    "Memphis Blues Again" - Bob Dylan

    "West Memphis Blues" - Sonny Boy Williamson

    "Memphis Mail" - Eli Owens

    "Memphis Boogie" - Doctor Ross

    "Memphis Town" - Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell

    "Memphis Rounder's Blues" - Frank Stokes

    "Night Train To Memphis" - Roy Acuff

    "Going To Memphis" - Johnny Cash

    "Memphis Yo Yo Blues" - Memphis Jug Band

    "Memphis Boy Blues" - Memphis Jug Band

    "Memphis Sprawler" - Blue Ribbon Syncopaters

    "Memphis Scrontch" - Williamson's Beale Street Frolic Orchestra

    "Memphis Shake" - Johnny Dodds

    "Jazzbo Brown From Memphis Town" - Bessie Smith

    "Music Makin' Mama From Memphis Tennessee" - Hank Snow

    "Memphis Belle" - Miss Toni Fisher

    "Memphis Women and Chicken" - Dan Penn

    "Back To Memphis" - The Band

    "Last Train To Memphis" - The Band

    "From Memphis To Mobile" - Johnny Horton

    "Memphis Soul Stew" - King Curtis

    "Goin' Home To Memphis" - Barry Boyd

    "Memphis Rocking" - Rex Toran

    "From Memphis To New Orleans" - Curtis Gordon

    "West Memphis" - Sonny Burgess

    "Shreveport Blues" - Lillian Glinn

    "Shreveport Stomp" - Jelly Roll Morton

    "Lake Charles Do-Do-Dia" - Boozoo Chavis

    "Creole De Lake Charles" - Queen Ida

    "Lake Charles Waltz" - Jennings Playboys

    "Lake Charles Stomp" - Roosevelt Sykes

    "Mamou Two Step" - The Tail Gators

    "Big Mamou" - various

    "Good Old Mamou" - Rockin' Dopsie & The Twisters

    "Going Back To Big Mamou" - Marcel Dugas & The Entertainers

    "La Village De Mamou" - Sunny Dupan

    "Zu Zu Mamou" - Dr. John

    "New Orleans Shuffle" - Roomful of Blues

    "Walking To New Oreleans" - Fats Domino

    "New Orleans Blues" - Sam Price

    "Goin' To New Orleans" - Little Sam Davis

    "Song Of New Orleans" - Eddie Cochran

    "Queen Of New Orleans" - Danny Williams

    "Mardi Gras In New Orleans" - Fats Domino / Professor Longhair

    "Going Back To New Orleans" - Joe Liggins

    "New Orleans Bound" - Lightnin' Slim

    "New Orleans Waltz" - Nathan Abshire

    "In New Orleans" - Leadbelly

    "New Orleans Stop Time" - Bumble Bee Slim

    "New Orleans Jump" - Roosevelt Sykes

    "South In New Orleans" - Johnnie & Jack

    "New Orleans Hopscotch Blues" - Bessie Smith

    "New Orleans Wins The War" - Randy Newman

    "City Of New Orleans" - Sonny Boy Williamson

    "New Orleans" - U. S. Bonds

    "Down In New Orleans" - The Marathons

    "New Orleans" - Elvis

    "New Orleans Wimmen" - Rosco Gordon

    "I Wish I Was In New Orleans" - Tom Waits

    "Tryin' To Get To New Orleans" - The Tractors

    "Witch Queen of New Orleans" - Redbone

    "Little Old Home in New Orleans" - Hank Snow

    "Tulsa County Home" - Oklahoma Thunder

    "West of Tulsa" - Bill Caswell

    "Tulsa Telephone Book" - Tom T. Hall

    "Tulsa Waltz" - Jimmie Revard & The Oklahoma Playboys

    "Tulsa Twist" - Dickie McBride & The Village Boys

    "Take Me Back To Tulsa" - Bob Wills & The Texas Playboys

    "The Tulsa Shuffle" - The Tractors

    Twenty-Four Hours From Tulsa" - Gene Pitney

    "Tulsa, Straight Ahead" - Leon McAuliffe

    "Living on Tulsa Time" - various

    "Little Rock Rock" - Rock Rogers (Leon Payne)

    "Little Rock Getaway" - various

    "Little Rock Special" - Vic Fontaine

    "Nashville Stonewall Blues" - Robert Wilkins

    "Nashville Blues" - The Everly Brothers

    "Nashville Cats" - The Lovin' Spoonful

    "Down In Nashville, Tennessee" - Cowboy Copas

    "Nashville Woman's Blues" - Bessie Smith

    "Nashville Jumps" - Cecil Gant

    "Goin' Down To Nashville" - Carl Campbell

    "Nashville Again" - Paul Siebel

    "Nashville" - Bob Neuwirth

    "Never Goin' Back To Nashville Anymore" - John Stewart

    "Outside the Nashville City Limits" - Joan Baez

    "Nashville's Gone Hollywood" - Heather Myles

    "Cincinnati Fireball" - Johnny & Dorsey Burnette

    "Good Night Cincinnati, Good Morning Tennesse" - Shorty Long

    "Cincinnati Woman" - Ramblin' Everett & Sandy Stanton

    "Cincinnati Rock" - Cliff Nash

    "Cincinnati Lou" - Merle Travis

    "Cincinnati's Dancing Pig" - ?

    "Cleveland, Ohio Blues" - Bullmoose Jackson

    "Look Out Cleveland" - The Band

    "The Continuing Saga of the Classic Bummer or Is This My Free One-Way

    Bus Ticket To Cleveland" - Jerry Jeff Walker

    "Going On To Detroit" - Wes Montgomery

    "Detroit Blues" - Tampa Red

    "I'm Going To Detroit" - John Wrencher

    "Detroit City" - Bobby Bare

    "Detroit Hula Girl" - The York Brothers

    "Detroit Arrow Blues" - Shy Guy Douglas

    "Indianapolis Jump" - Shirley Griffith

    "Eight More Miles To Louisville" - Grandpa Jones

    "Louisville Burglar" - The Hickory Nuts

    "Champaign, Illinois" - Carl Perkins

    "Queen From Bowliing Green" - Art Buchanan

    "He's Long Gone From Bowling Green" - Buck & Bubbles

    "Bowling Green" - The Everly Brothers

    "Chattanooga Shoeshine Boy" - Red Foley

    "Chattanooga Blues" - Austin & Lee Alllen

    "Chattanooga Mama" - The Allen Brothers

    "Chattanooga" - Phil Baugh

    "Chattanooga Drummer Man" - Helen Thomas & the Rhythm Heirs

    "The Night The Ice Age Came To Mobile" - Pacheco & Alexander

    "Mobile, Alabama" - Curtis Gordon

    "Mobile Boogie" - The Delmore Brothers

    "Atlanta Town" - Chasey Collins Washboard Band

    "Atlanta Strut" - Blind Willie McTell

    "Lonesome Atlanta Blues" - Bobby Grant

    "Atlanta Moan" - Barbeque Bob

    "Oh Atlanta" - Little Feat

    "Atlanta Boogie" - Tommy Brown

    "Charlotte Hot Step" - David Fletcher & Gwen Foster

    "Denver Blues" - Tampa Red

    "Santa Fe (Is A Long Way From Broadway)" - Leon McAuliffe

    "Sioux City Sue" - various

    "Last Train To Jacksonville" - Freddie Scott

    "Sabu Visits The Twin Cities Alone" - John Prine

    Detroit City - Various Artists

    The Motor City is Burning - MC 5

    Honolulu Lulu -- Jan & Dean

    Salt Lake City -- Beach Boys

    Tucumcari -- Jimmy Rodgers

    Gary, Indiana (from The Music Man)

    Cleveland Rocks - Ian Hunter

    Chattanooga Choo Choo - Glenn Miller, Harpers Bizarre

    London By Night - Frank Sinatra

    Streets Of London - Ralph McTell

    Next Plane To London" by Rose Garden

    Mobile - Julius LaRosa

  • In A New York State Of Mind - Billy Joel

    Allentown - Billy Joel

    Hollywood - Madonna

    I Love New York - Madonna

    London - Third Eye Blind

    Leaving Las Vegas - Sheryl Crow

    Viva Las Vegas - Elvis

    New York, New York - Frank Sinatra

    To Live And Die In L.A. - Wang Chung

    Beverly Hills - Weezer

    Little Old Lady From Pasadena - Jan & Dave

    Do You Know The Way To San Jose? - Dionne Warwick

    Hollywood Swingin' - Kool And The Gang

    Sweet Home Chicago - by countless blues artists

  • 1 decade ago

    La Grange by ZZ Top

    New York Minute by The Eagles

    Mahattan Skyline by A Ha

    Out in LA by the Red Hot Chili Peppers

    Last Train to Clarksville by the Monkeys

    Holiday in Waikiki by the Kinks (although Waikiki is actually just an area in Honolulu)

    Waterloo Sunset by the Kinks

    Midnight in Montgomery by Alan Jackson

    Kansas City by the Beatles

    LA Woman by Billy Idol

    Santa Fe by Jon Bon Jovi

    Tokyo Road by Bon Jovi

    Oxford Town by Bob Dylan

    The Last Trip to Tulsa by Neil Young

    Alburquerque by Neil Young

    Little Old Lady From Pasadena by the Beach Boys ( also done by Jan & Dean)

  • 1 decade ago

    Kansas City-Willbert Harrison

    Los Angeles- X

    Leaving Los Vegas-Sheryl Crow

    New York City Serenade-Bruce Springsteen

    The Day Seattle Died-Cold

    Chicago is so two years ago-Fall Out Boy


    Philadelphia Freedom- Elton John

    Charlotte the Harlot-Iron Maiden

    City of New Orleans-Arlo Guthrie

    Hope this helps :)

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  • 1 decade ago

    Dropkick Murphys-For Boston

    Sinatra-New York


    Marty Robbins-El Paso

    Dean Martin-I Left My Heart In San Francisco

    Blues Brothers-Sweet Home Chicago

    Beastie Boys-No Sleep Till Brooklyn

    Rancid-Olympia, WA

    Dropkick Murphys-Rocky Road to Dublin

    Elvis-Viva Las Vegas

    Source(s): my personal library
  • HMS88
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Hotel California- The Eagles

    Kashmir- Led Zepplin

    Mississippi Queen- Mountain

    Georgia on My Mind

    London Calling- The Clash

    LA Woman- The Doors

    BAck in the USSR- Beatles

    New York New York- Sinatra

  • Nellz
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    "I Left My Heart in San Francisco" by Frank Sinatra

    "New York, New York" by Frank Sinatra

    "Chicago is so Two Years Ago" by Fall Out Boy

    "Waldorf Worldwide" by Good Charlotte

    "Miami" by Will Smith

    "Paradise City" by Guns n Roses

    "Detroit Rock City" by Kiss

  • 1 decade ago

    All my exes live in texas , amarillo by morning, marina del ray- george strait

    Africa - toto

    Does fort worth ever cross your mind- george strait

    midnight in montgomery - alan jackson

    dallas - alan jackson

    Margaritaville - jimmy buffet (he he)

    queen of memphis - confederate railroad

    streets of bakersfield - dwight yoakam

    new york minute - don henley

    new york state of mind - billy joel

    walking in memphis - lonestar

    maybe it was memphis - pam tillis

    welcome to atlanta - jermain dupree

    pardon me boy have you seen the chattanooga choo choo

    leaving las vegas sheryl crow

    hope this helps

  • skippa
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    arrested development....tennessee

    liz phair...california

    bruce springsteen...atlantic city

    bruce springsteen...streets of philadelphia

    coheed and cambria...devil in jersey city

    counting crows..raining in baltimore

    david lee roth...california girls

    dead in cambodia

    dead las vegas

    enya ...storms in africa

    eva cassidy...tal trees in georgia

    fall out boy...chicago is so two years ago

    heather rain

    kings of leon...arizona girl

    lauryn hill---oh jerusalem

    modest mouse ---florida

    hmmmcant think of any others right now

  • @m@nd@
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    boston by augustana is the only one i can think of at the moment

  • 1 decade ago


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