Can't Stop Written-By. Talking About – Goffin-King. B. When You Came Along Written-By – Laurence Weiss. Arranged By, Conductor – Alan Lorber Producer – Al Kasha.
Something Good: From the Goffin & King Songbook.
When we have something new or something exciting going on in our lives we only want our friends to listen to what we have to say; we do care about them, it's just that we can't stop talking about ourselves .
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I Can't Stop Talking Lyrics: I keep myself awake at night, I try to stop, but I can't fight, That voice that whispers ceaselessly, The one that only talks to me, It tells me what I have to fear, It spits. And if you foolishly object I'll cram each word back down your neck.
When we stop and ask ourselves these questions, we begin to illuminate shit talking in it’s true light as an absurd waste of time and energy. Know this: No amount of shit talking will make you a better, happier, more likable person. If it does in fact make you feel good, there are likely deeper personal issues hidden beneath the negative banter, upon which you should shift your focus, with the intention to resolve your OWN problems. The happiest people I know do not talk shit. Perhaps when the heat of the moment subsides, or when we actually get to know a person’s story, we realize that it was our frustration, jealousy, anger, fear, or ignorance talking. In fact, I think that’s what shit-talking is really all about. Not the other person, but a reflection of our own inner crap. Recognize what is manifesting your negative thoughts into verbal sludge, and why. Gossiping about others doesn’t mean you’re a bad person.
Along Came Jones is the 1965 debut album recorded by Tom Jones and included his massive hit single "It's Not Unusual". The album reached No 11. Some of the songs were covers and some were written especially for Jones like the Gordon Mills-penned "The Rose". In July 1965 Parrot Records (USA, Canada) issued an abridged (12 track) version of the album, titled It's Not Unusual. Side 1. "I've Got a Heart" (Gordon Mills, Les Reed) 2:33. It Takes a Worried Man" (Traditional; arranged by Gordon Mills) 2:40.
|Can't Stop Talking About You|
|When You Came Along|
|WB 117||Tobin Matthews||Can't Stop Talking About You / When You Came Along (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||WB 117||UK||1963|
|5398||Tobin Matthews||Can't Stop Talking About You / When You Came Along (7", Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||5398||US||1963|
|5398||Tobin Matthews||Can't Stop Talking About You / When You Came Along (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||5398||US||1963|
|WV 5046||Tobin Matthews||Can't Stop Talking About You / When You Came Along (7", Single, Jukebox)||Warner Bros. Records||WV 5046||France||1963|