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Margo Smith – Don’t Break the Heart That Loves You

The song was a success for two artists in two different genres: Connie Francis in the pop field in 1962 and Margo Smith as a country version in 1978. Margo Smith version topped the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in February 1978, and crossed over to the Easy Listening chart peaking at number forty.

Margo Smith - Don't Break the Heart That Loves You
Cover LP Margo Smith Warner 1978
Margo Smith – Don’t Break the Heart That Loves You, is an American song written by Benny Davis and Murray Mencher (using the pseudonym Ted Murry). The song was a success for two artists in two different genres: Connie Francis in the pop field in 1962 and Margo Smith as a country version in 1978.
In 1977, the ballad was recorded by country singer Margo Smith. Her version — featuring a saxophone solo during the musical bridge but not the recitation of Francis’s version — topped the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in February 1978, and crossed over to the Easy Listening chart peaking at number forty.




Margo Smith – Don’t Break the Heart That Loves You
From the album Don’t Break the Heart That Loves You
B-side “Apt. #4, Sixth Street in Cincinnati”
Released December 1977
Recorded 1977
Label Warner Bros.
Songwriter(s) Benny Davis, Ted Murry
Producer(s) Norro Wilson

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Margo Smith – Don’t Break the Heart That Loves You Lyrics

Don’t break the heart that loves you
Handle it with care
Don’t break the heart that needs you
Darling, please be fair
Why do you flirt, and constantly hurt me?
Why do you treat our love so carelessly?
You know I’m jealous of you
And yet you seem to try
To go out of your way
To be unkind
Sweetheart, I’m begging of you
Don’t break this heart that loves you
Don’t break this heart of mine
Darling, please don’t hurt me
Please, don’t make me cry
I don’t know what I’d do if you’d ever say goodbye
Remember, I love you so much
And love is life’s greatest joy
Please don’t break my heart like a child breaks a little toy
Sweetheart, I’m begging of you
Don’t break this heart that loves you
Don’t break this heart of mine

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Margo Smith - Don't Break the Heart That Loves You
Single Margo Smith Warner 1977
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