…and this song, we take this particular song all over the world to tell ‘em about you guys. So, there’s that. And there’s a lot of kids getting married to it and there’s a lot of kids probably breaking up to it but I think, it’s ours and it’s yours and it’s, it’s this town and it’s us and it’s everything we did, we were little kids we listened to records. No matter what happened ya know, people get divorced, people get married, people die, people don’t die, people get all kinds of problems, they lose jobs, but we still, we keep the records going at night. And, ya know, 33 rpm, life’s not so bad at that speed
Today, New Yorkers are celebrating the 100th birthday of Grand Central Station in style with notable speakers, exhibits on the station’s history and even a cake replica of the station’s iconic four-faced clock. The Beaux-Arts terminal was completed in 1913 and was declared a city landmark in 1968 after nearly being razed. As many as 750,000 travelers pass through Grand Central each day, with many visiting just to photograph the mural of constellations spanning the ceiling or explore the secret “whispering gallery” with its acoustic arches that amplify soft whispers into shouts.