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US State Songs
US State Songs
New York Symbols
New York Greeting: This montage depicts three of the state's best-known attractions: the Manhattan skyline, the Statue of Liberty and Niagara Falls.

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New York Unofficial State Song

"I Love New York"

Written by Steve Karmen
Composed by Steve Karmen

Adopted: Unofficial

The song, "I Love New York," was donated by Steve Karmen, who composed scores of stick-in-your-head jingles for products like Budweiser and Hershey bars.

New York Unofficial State Song: "I Love New York"

"I Love New York"

I LOVE NEW YORK
(repeat 3 times)

There isn't another like it.
No matter where you go.
And nobody can compare it.
It's win and place and show.
New York is special.
New York is diff'rent' cause there's no place else
on earth quite like New York and that's why

I LOVE NEW YORK.
(repeat 3 times)

Origin of Song: "I Love New York"

'I Love NY' campaign celebrating 25 years
The "I love NY" slogan and logo was developed to promote tourism in New York State. Created by graphic artist Milton Glaser, it was first used in 1977. The use of a heart as a symbol for the word "love" has been widely imitated since then.

In 1956, two students meet for the first time at the prestigious Bronx High School of Science. Both are excited with the new music rocking the country and want to be part of the revolution. They become friends and form an act together and travel to their first dig, two weeks in a sleazy joint in Detroit. However, they break up. The Italian Walden Robert Cassotto changes his name to Bobby Darin before achieving fame while Steve Karmen writes his commercial jingles like "You Deserve a Break Today," "I Love New York," and "Nationwide Is on Your Side."

The song, "I Love New York," was donated by Steve Karmen, who composed scores of stick-in-your-head jingles for products like Budweiser and Hershey bars.

State Songs
US State Songs
Forty-nine states of the United States (all except New Jersey) have one or more state songs, selected by the state legislature as a symbol of the state.
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