New Resident at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Donald Trump – You Can Know These 5 Music Addresses

President Donald Trump will be in his house for at least the next four years, with Barak replacing Obama as CEO of the United States. Trump and his family are residents of the country's most famous address, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Other popular addresses have come from television shows, starting with Archie Bunker's house and 70s Hauser Street. The whole family. Montgomery's Comfortable Mill House, Burns of the House The Simpsons, 1000 Mammon Lane, is memorable because it describes it so well.

As for the main characters in that show, Homer and Marge live with their three kids (Bart, Lisa and Maggie) on 740 Evergreen Terrace. Their next-door neighbors, Ned and Maude Flanders son Rod and Todd, are at 742 Evergreen Terrace.

Another animated show, SpongeBob Square Pants, has the correct address. The title character, whose home is under the lake, lives on 124 Conch Street in Bikini Bottom.

From one address to another from TV, music, occasionally. Headquarters 461 Ocean Boulevard Eric Clapton has become the title of an album, a highly successful album by Bob Marley's "I Shot the Sheriff."

Here are five other addresses that have become memorable through songs.

16 Parkside Lane

Sue, who last night's fares, drove a taxi driver in Harry Chapin's "Taxi" movie.

6802 Bayfield Avenue, Arverne, New York

Indie rock artist Mac Demarco extends the invitation: "Stop by, I'll make you a coffee," the only lyric in his latest song Another one album from 2015.

125 Parkway, London, NW1

Folk singer-songwriter Loudon Wainwright cites this address in his 1989 book "Harry's Wall" Therapy album, "Dead Skunk" you can order from "What-His-Name" of the singer in eight.

157 River Avenue

REO Speedwagon's Kevin Cronin used this venue as a title track for his album title track and tune forty-five years later.

1320 North Pound

Eagles Rock and Roll Hall of Fame The Eagles cited this address in their book "Train Leaves Here This Morning," featuring Bernie Leadon tunes of the same name, "Witchy Woman," "Take It Easy," and "Permanent Albums of the Same Name." An easy peaceful feeling. "