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Your Broadway and My Broadway [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to Your Broadway and My Broadway (1937) Music by Nacio Herb Brown, Lyrics by Arthur Freed, performed in Broadway Melody of 1938

It’s a broad way
It’s just a simple plain street
Most stylish avenue
And what it’s just a main street
But it’s home to me and to you …
It’s your Broadway and it’s my Broadway
With the music of rhythm
And the rhythm of music

Come what may
It’s the same Broadway
For that part of the city
Is the heart of the city

Park my feet
On that grand old street
And let me live in that gay old temple

Bright lights shine
On that old skyline
So modern the main step
Where everyone mingles
With the roaring of traffic
And the singing of jingles …
Your Broadway and mine!

[chorus]
Wherever you wander
Wherever you stray
Someday you will wander
At your Broadway

Far away, I may be
Still a Broadway melody
Lingers on longingly
Deep within the heart of me.

I remember every hour
Through every day
Through every song
‘Til we meet
On that street
Back where I belong!

Dot dadda, dot dadda, dot yah …

Plant my feet
On that grand old street
Oh baby,
Let me live, let me die,
To that gay tempo

Side by side
On that old skyline
So come on to that main step
Where everyone mingles
With the roaring of traffic
And the singing of jingles
Honking of taxis
Roaring of bright lights
Pounding of subways
Clatter of bright lights…

It’s your Broadway and mine!


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