Don't Break The Heart
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|song name||Don't Break the Heart|
|releases||Unsupervised, TMBG Clock Radio|
|first played||June 27, 1996 (4 known performances)|
|sung by||John Flansburgh|
- Amy Rigby, the former wife of Hello Recording Club contributor Will Rigby, originally wrote this song for her 1996 album Diary of a Mod Housewife. Her song appears to reference the 1960s song "Don't Break the Heart That Loves You."
- Flansburgh says, "I first heard this song covered by a few different singers in downtown NYC (including Laura Cantrell, upcoming Hello artist). I finally realized it wasn't a SoCal-rock standard but the work of a great songwriter named Amy Rigby. World Famous Blue Jay Jay Sherman-Godfrey delivers the Frippertronic solo."
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