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  1. People stop and stare. It's so hard to bear. Everybody knows you left me. It's the talk of the town. Every time we meet. My heart skips a beat. We don't stop to speak. 'Though it's just a week.
  2. Definition of the talk of the town: a person or thing that many people in a town, city, etc., are talking about in an interested or excited way The new restaurant is the talk of the town. Comments on the talk of the town What made you want to look up the talk of the town?
  3. This is the very first album where Ray Conniff let his singers sing all the lyrics of the songs; the singers are simply beautiful, the songs are amazing, from the incredible THEY SAY IT'S WONDERFUL, the beautiful ballads like MY HEART CRIES FOR YOU, IT'S BEEN A LONG LONG TIME, LOVE IS THE SWEETEST THING, very dancing numbers like YOU'RE AN OLD SMOOTHIE, ROSALIE, DEEP IN /5(12).
  4. It's the talk of the town Every time we meet, My heart skips a beat, We don't stop to speak, 'Though it's just a week, Everybody knows you left me, It's the talk of the town We send out invitations, To friends and relations, Announcing our weddin' day Friends and our relations, Gave congratulations, How can you face them? What can you say?
  5. It’s the talk of the town Lyrics. We were more than lovers. We were more than sweethearts. It's so hard to understand. Don't know why it happened. Don't know how it started. Why should we be.
  6. Ray Conniff brought his chorus into the foreground for the first time on It's the Talk of the Town, and credited the album to the Ray Conniff Singers. Conniff 's chorus is bright and cheery, unlike the immense-sounding Norman Luboff Choir or the comparatively stodgy Robert Shaw Chorale.4/
  7. Everybody knows you left me, It's the talk of the town Every time we meet, My heart skips a beat, We don't stop to speak, 'Though it's just a week, Everybody knows you left me, It's the talk of the town .
  8. It's The Talk Of The Town Featuring [Violin] – Rudolf Nottrot Lead Vocals – Carine Wintermans Lyrics By – Al J. Neiburg*, Marty Symes Music By – Jerry Levinson* B4: Chloë (The Song Of The Swamp) Featuring [Tenor Saxophone] – Roland Brunt Music By – Neil Moret: B5: You Broke The Only Heart That Ever Loved You/5(13).

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