Can You Name a Street, Avenue, Blvd, Hwy...from a Song?

Please DON'T post a printout from a website...just whatever you think of first...this is just for fun...not for a grade. My first thought was Lonely Avenue from Van Morrison....what's yours?

Asked By: - 8/29/2006
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Tobacco Road. Although it's been covered a million times since being penned by John D. Loudermilk in 1959, the song sneaks back and haunts me. Maybe it's a result of my childhood at the Saint Helen of the Holy Shroud Orphanage in Calumet City, but these lyrics cut through my soul like a knife... More
Answered By: Elwood Blues - 8/29/2006
Additional Answers (15)
main street--bob seger
Answered By: lidipiwi - 8/29/2006
"Love Street" by The Doors oh, I can't believe I forgot 22 Acacia Avenue by Iron Maiden
Answered By: The Trooper - 8/29/2006
Abbey Road... the Beatles
Answered By: cindy1576 - 8/29/2006
Bankhead, 85, 95, 275, 75, Peachtree, a whole lot of others...
Answered By: shesorawinduval - 8/29/2006
Greenday's Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
Answered By: M☆mma - 8/29/2006
Electric Avenue
Answered By: jgordon0505 - 8/29/2006
Route 66
Answered By: Birdlegs - 8/29/2006
Answered By: Allwayz Thinkin - 8/29/2006
Main Street 18th Avenue Sunset Boulevard, Boulevard of Broken Dreams Ventura Highway Abbey Road Penny Lane Rocky Mountain Way Route 66
Answered By: ajimmer - 8/29/2006
Harbor Blvd. from Gwen's song "Cool"
Answered By: Jenny - 8/29/2006
Fascination Street by The Cure Detonation Blvd. by The Sisters of Mercy Dirty Blvd. by Lou Reed Boulevard of Broken Dreams by Green Day Are just the first ones that came to mind
Answered By: Monitorhead's Dyson™ - 8/29/2006
I refuse to answer if I'm not being graded!
Answered By: foneengr - 8/29/2006
I wrote a song once: "I Couldn't Find Strawberry Fields,But I've Been Down Penny Lane." It's quite clever,actually.
Answered By: Sunshine - 8/29/2006
Route 66 was the first one that poped into my mind....
Answered By: silly rabbit.. - 8/30/2006
How about the "street of dreams"? Ain't nobody poor, long as love is sure on the street of dreams!
Answered By: DieselWeasel - 8/30/2006
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