Safe in New York City

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"Safe in New York City" is a song by popular rock n roll group AC/DC, from their 2000 album Stiff Upper Lip. The song was also released as a single.

The video to the song, directed by Andy Morahan, shows the band playing a busy tunnel in the city, surrounded and guarded by a lot of armed police guards.

The track gained poignancy after September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City. Angus Young said that although originally the lyrics were meant to make fun of Rudy Giuliani's claim that he had cleaned up Manhattan: "to me New York is a city where you can never predict what's coming next."Stiff Upper Lip 2004 reissue CD booklet, pg 12 The song was later included in the 2001 Clear Channel memorandum, a list of "lyrically questionable" songs.

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