Paradise City

"Paradise City" is a song written by American hard rock band Guns N' Roses. It was released in 1987 on their debut studio album Appetite For Destruction and was released as a single in 1988. It is also the only song on the album to feature a synthesizer. It is most known for its iconic lyrics "Take me down to the paradise city/Where the grass is green and the girls are pretty". It is also frequently played at sports stadiums during games along with "Welcome To The Jungle", also from Appetite For Destruction. The song peaked at number five on the Billboard Hot 100, the third single of the band's to reach the Top 10.

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