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Incorrect Password. Prostitues, perhaps. Or loose-moralled sophisticates. Someone who knows the historical character of that region of Manhattan could clarify it. Maybe there was!
But I am not familiar enough with the cultural geography of Manhattan to say if the relationship would be proportional, or inversely proportional. I believe the terms are also used based on films I've seen??? I have always assumed that going 'uptown' meant the better part of town. FYI - the line just before this one is "little nifties from the 50's innocent and sweet". I danced in the chorus of a production of the stage musical, and was one of the "sexy ladies" - we were told we portrayed prostitutes! Thanks for all the responses, I assumed they were prostitutes, and probably the author took poetic license with the avenues that rhymed with words they could use in a song.
Well, Harlem was around th St. But Hell's Kitchen is around the 50s. And Wall St.
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But so is the Bowery, a traditionally down-and-out area. So I don't gotta clue. The Eighties in Manhattan, is and was upscale.