It's the Talk of the Town

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"It's the Talk of the Town" is a popular song written by Jerry Livingston, the lyrics by Al J. Neiburg and Marty Symes.

The song was published in 1933.

The song is a pop standard, with many versions recorded by many artists. A recording by Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra (vocal by Kenny Sargent) reached number six in the United States charts in 1933[1] and a version by Fletcher Henderson reached No. 20 the same year.[2]

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