Only Love Can Break a Heart (album)

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Only Love Can Break a Heart
Studio album by Gene Pitney
Released 1962
Genre Pop
Length 30:54
Label Musicor
Producer Aaron Schroeder, Wally Gold
Gene Pitney chronology
The Many Sides of Gene Pitney
(1962)
Only Love Can Break a Heart
(1962)
Gene Pitney Sings Just for You
(1963)

Only Love Can Break a Heart is the second album of Gene Pitney, released on the Musicor label in 1962. It included the top 10 hits "Only Love Can Break a Heart" and "(The Man Who Shot) Liberty Valance", which was written for but not ultimately used in, the film of the same name.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "True Love Never Runs Smooth" (Hal David, Burt Bacharach) - 2:26
  2. "Cry Your Eyes Out" (Ben Raleigh, John Gluck, Jnr) - 2:04
  3. "Only Love Can Break a Heart" (David, Bacharach) - 2:49
  4. "Donna Means Heartbreak" (David, Paul Hampton) - 2:23
  5. "I Should Try to Forget" (Aaron Schroeder, Gloria Shayne, Martin Kalmanoff) - 2:12
  6. "My Heart, Your Heart" (Bob Halley) - 2:23
  7. "Half Heaven - Half Heartache" (Schroeder, George Goehring, Wally Gold) - 2:43
  8. "Tower-Tall" (Mel Mandel, Norman Sachs) - 3:21
  9. "(The Man Who Shot) Liberty Valance" (David, Bacharach) - 2:58
  10. "Little Betty Falling Star" (Bob Hilliard, Bacharach) - 2:22
  11. "If I Didn't Have a Dime" (Bert Russell, Phil Medley) - 2:31
  12. "Going to Church on Sunday" (Halley) - 2:53