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U OF MUSIC - TOP TEN SONGS WITH A CITY NAME IN THE TITLE

  1. L.A. Woman - The Doors
  2. Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again - Bob Dylan
  3. Panic in Detroit - David Bowie
  4. London Calling - The Clash
  5. NYC - Interpol
  1. The Boston Rag - Steely Dan
  2. Atlantic City - Bruce Springsteen
  3. Tulsa Time - Eric Clapton
  4. Woodstock - Joni Mitchell
  5. All The Way From Memphis - Mott the Hoople
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