Girl Talk
Julie London Lyrics


We like to chat about the dresses we will wear tonight
We chew the fat about our tresses and the neighbours' fight
Inconsequential things that men don't really care to know
Become essential things that women find so apropos

But that's a dame, we're all the same it's just a game we call it
Girl talk, girl talk

We all me-ouw about the ups and downs of all our friends
The who, the how, the why, we dish the dirt, it never ends
We're weaker sex, the speaker sex you mortal males behold
But though we joke, we wouldn't trade you for a ton of gold

It's all been planned
So take my hand
Please understand
The sweetest girl talk, talks of you

It's all been planned
So take my hand
Please understand
The sweetest girl talk, talks of you
You

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Written by: Bobby Troup, Neal Hefti

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Dwayne McDowell

Here is the lyrics :

We like to chat about the dresses we will wear tonight
We chew the fat about our tresses and the neighbours' fight
Inconsequential things that men don't really care to know
Become essential things that women find so apropos

But that's a dame
We're all the same
It's just a game
We call it girl talk, girl talk

We all me-ouw about the ups and downs of all our friends
The who, the how, the why, we dish the dirt, it never ends
The weaker sex, the speaker sex, you mortal males behold
But though we joke, we wouldn't trade you for a ton of gold

Its all been plan,So take my hand
Please understand
The sweetest girl talk
Talks of you

But that's a dame
We're all the same
It's just a game
We call it girl talk, girl talk

Its all been plan so take my hand
Please understand
The sweetest girl talk
Talks of you



All comments from YouTube:

Paul Sickleville

My only regret and lament is that the vibe that was happening when music like this was written seems gone forever....
I can only imagine hearing this in a swanky apartment, view of a twinkling city and the clink of ice in a cocktail glass ... the charm and sophisticated style of generation that fought for freedom, relaxing to a melody of a cool night ...
Magic
Why does the world have to be so real and ugly now ...

Smith's Freedom Party

@Wendy M mesmerizing

Wendy M

Bring it back you young’uns!!!

T Newland

Here’s a possible answer to your query about why “so real and ugly now”. High expectations of more free stuff coupled with a lack of consequences for bad acts will eventually color our world. Oops, too late....

Mark Johnson

Truely we are not forced into seeing things within our own thoughts as any different then or now. I first heard this song in the 1970s sung by a really cool guy at a piano smoking a cigarette and drinking a beer. The vibe is still within me just as it was then. All i need do is focus on it.Be grateful friend you ever felt it at all. Its yours as long as you feel it.

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jslasher1

Julie London was a class act. Perfect intonation and phrasing.

nydeco

Absolutely the definitive version this amazing lounge song. Julie London affects such a sultry, almost melancholy mood with her smoky, quiet, sexy voice. I can't help loving her and this song. It brings me right back to classy, jazzy 60's. Thank you Ms. London.

Bob Wagner

Think I've listened to almost every cover now--female and male--and Julie is the best. Thank you.

Chris Morgan

Yep you are too damn right

Marianne Wade

One of my go-to songs. I close my eyes, let this voice this pace these notes fill my head. I just sway and feel utterly at peace.

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