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You're Breaking My Heart

Recorded/Published: April 1972
Recorded April/May 1972.


Producer: Richard Perry
Publisher: EMI
Publisher: Blackwood Music
Songwriter: Harry Nilsson
Vocals: Harry Nilsson


You're breakin' my heart.
You're tearin' it apart.
So fuck you ...


Breakfast on Pluto
Perfect Day: The Songs Of Nilsson 1971-1993
Personal Best - The Harry Nilsson Anthology (CD)
Personal Best - The Harry Nilsson Anthology (Cassette)
Son of Schmilsson (Stereophonic LP)
Son of Schmilsson (Best Buy LP Reissue)
Son of Schmilsson (US CD Reissue)
Son of Schmilsson (Japanese CD Reissue)
Son of Schmilsson (UK CD Reissue)
Son of Schmilsson (2006 US Reissue)
There Was Love (The Divorce Songs) (CD)
There Was Love (The Divorce Songs) (Cassette)

Movies/TV Shows:

Private School
Breakfast on Pluto

Other Recordings:

Artist: Peter Wolf and The Houseparty 5 [Info]

Song Ratings/Reviews
You're Breaking My Heart
(4.0 / 4.0)
Andy Cooke
(4.0 / 4.0)
Great party song....really gets the adrenalin going
Melanie Demont
(4.0 / 4.0)
Forget sappy love songs. This is it. THE required song for anyone dating and not in a committed relationship. It has the power to put all the games in place and restore your universe when your sweetie doesn't measure up, even if you don't measure up! A delightful little ditty, humor with just the right touch of profanity, pure genius. Melanie Demont-Schott
Nicholas Leddy
(4.0 / 4.0)
Song is a great reminder not to take life too seriously. Dont judge the artist by the profanity, but by the message.
sandy benner
(4.0 / 4.0)
my absolutely favorite antilove song
John Hanson
(4.0 / 4.0)
Actually it is a love song. She's breaking his heart and he wants to tell her "fuck you!" But he can't. The last line says it all: "You're breakin my heart, you're tearin it apart, but I love you!"

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