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  1. Akinogore

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    New York Is My Destination, a Single by Suzanne Vega. Released 19 June Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Folk Pop, Jazz Pop.
  2. Voodoorisar

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    Left of Center Lyrics: If you want me / You can find me / Left of center, off of the strip / In the outskirts / And in the fringes / In the corner, out of the grip / If you want me / You can find me.
  3. Shakagal

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    Suzanne Vega is very chatty in concert and even more when it’s a small venue. That sounds like a cracking collection on a theme. Reminds me of when I first saw her live when she came to Aix en Provence back in on what I think was her first international tour on the back of her first album ‘Suzanne Vega’.
  4. Arashihn

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    Solitude Standing - Live at the Barbican is a two CD set, recorded on the 16th of October marked the 25th anniversary of Vega's breakthrough second album, and so for a limited number of shows she performed it in its entirety, followed by a selection of other songs/5(22).
  5. Gonris

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    Retrospective: The Best of Suzanne Vega; Left Of Center Lyrics Suzanne Vega – Left Of Center. 6 Comments; 0 Tags My InterpretationIf I take this song out of the Pretty In Pink soundtrack and treat it as an album cut from her excellent CD Solitude Standing, I feel this song is not about love. It is along the lines of previous posters here.
  6. Zulkizragore

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    Retrospective: The Best of Suzanne Vega is a greatest hits album by the American singer/songwriter Suzanne Vega, released in This album is an updated version of her previous greatest hits album Tried & True: The Best of Suzanne Vega, with a few more songs.
  7. Mazragore

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    Get the most extensive unreleased Live Concert Music DVDs, CDs, MP3s of all your favorite artists at RockinConcerts.
  8. Tenris

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    Suzanne Vega was among the first major figures in the bumper crop of female singer/songwriters who rose to prominence during the late '80s and '90s. Her hushed, restrained folk-pop and highly literate lyrics (inspired chiefly by Leonard Cohen, as well as Lou Reed and Bob Dylan) laid the initial musical groundwork for what later became the trademark sound of Lilith Fair, a tour on which she was.

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