I Happen to Like New York

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"I Happen to Like New York" is a popular song written by Cole Porter for the 1930 musical The New Yorkers.

The song has become a standard of the Great American Songbook, with recordings by many different artists. Judy Garland recorded the song for her 1962 album The Garland Touch, while Caterina Valente recorded the song as the title track of her 1964 album. The song opens the 1987 Liza Minnelli live album At Carnegie Hall. A 1973 recording by Bobby Short was used in the 1993 film Manhattan Murder Mystery.

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