Musical Places

Can you name the musical from it's lyrics about a place?

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And our love is much more than America
And if it should happen, his holiness flies in from Rome
Egypt saw the mighty river at its very heart and soul
So off Beth went to Phoenix filled with champagne, hope and dread
Let's run away to Atlantic City, no one will find us there
I'm so ashamed John of how I felt when you came home from France
Saturday morning in Southall Broadway, so many glories in store
Rome wasn't built in a day but Dagenham definitely was
Franco's reign in Spain should see out the forties
Paris silk, Paris tweed, there's only one thing I need
And has attacked prostitutes in the Ipswich area
Capped teeth and ceasar salad, healthy Beverly Hills
The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain
I got to Kansas City on a Friday, by Saturday I'd learned a thing or two
We'll open up a restaurant in Santa Fe, sunny Santa Fe would be nice
Take me back to the black hills, the black hills of Dakota
When will we ride into Jerusalem? When will we ride into Jerusalem?
Bought an El Dorado and drove to Tennessee
Call out my name, it's to America we aim
For the oldest established permanent floating crap game in New York
He was one of Egypt's millionaires, having made his fortune buying pyramids
I made my mind up back in Chelsea, when I go I'm going like Elsie
Orlando, Orlando, I love you Orlando
Put on my armour, I'm off to Ohio
Coney Island, loud and lewd and lyrical, all agleam, like a dream
All I know is Memphis lives in me
He died in a London slum, a slaver to martyrdom
The world's gonna wake up and see Baltimore and me
They were sleeping all the while I was busy at Carlisle
They say it's lovely when a young lady's in Vienna
And so you go home to Skid Row
Bangkok, oriental setting but the city don't know what the city is getting
You should not give up on Ireland, just be careful you don't get played
Where're you going? Barcelona. OK
Dreams come true, yes they do, in Santa Fe
I like to be in America, OK by me in America
For Ireland is mine and is so for all time
The cruelty of men is as wondrous as Peru
There's a boat that leaves from Napoli every Thursday
I emigrated from the single greatest place in the Caribbean
I'm outta here, I'm off to the Bahamas
On the avenue I'm taking you to, 42nd Street
The people of Paris sleep in their beds, you have no chance
Join the party on Old Compton Street, punks and rockers and the rich elite
Why does Saigon never sleep at night?

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