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4 thoughts on “Every Pop Song That Mentions a City Pinned to a Map”
Clearly he didn’t have Tragically Hip included. No Bobcaygeon/Toronto pins.
Toronto should also have got a hit from This Beat Goes On/Switchin’ to Glide by the Kings, a few Drake tracks, and maybe YYZ by Rush?
Not like it receives a lot of radio play, but Donovan Woods wrote a Toronto National Anthem for the Grid in 2013.