What is the name of the song in the AT and T commercial with the lineback in a New York groove?
Yes, the noun groove is a common noun, a word for any kind of groove, a thing. A proper noun is the name of a person, place, thing, or a title; for example: Union Groove Drive and Union Groove Road, Camden, AL Groove (R&B club), New York, NY Groove Kitchen Espresso, Napier, New Zealand 'The Emperor's New Groove', Disney animated feature
Ladbroke Grove is not an item, but is the name of a road and the name given to the surrounding area, in the west part of London. There is the Ladbroke Grove tube station, Ladbroke Groove Hotel, Ladbrooke Groove Winery and Ladbrooke Groove cleaners. So, one would assume that Ladbrooke Groove would be good for all of the services available from the Ladbrooke Groove locations mentioned earlier.
There's 10 !!! New York Mets New York Yankees New York Jets New York Giants New York Islanders New York Rangers New York Liberty New York Knicks New York Magic New York Metrostars Or you can forget about the two soccer teams (like everyone else has done) and add the Buffalo Bills. Then it will be nine again like the commercial says. ok but it's the NY Red Bulls, not called Metrostars anymore.