“Sweet Talkin’ Woman” is a 1978 single by Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) from the album Out of the Blue. Its original title was “Dead End Street”, but it was changed during recording, perhaps to avoid confusion with a 1966 hit of the same title by The Kinks. Some words that survived from that version can be heard in the opening of the third verse, “I’ve been livin’ on a dead end street”.Source
ELO “Sweet Talkin’ Woman”
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22 thoughts on “ELO “Sweet Talkin’ Woman””
Nice reminder of ELO and their tunes. Loved Sweet Talkin Woman 🙂
ELO is so loved! You sure have an ear for good music! Happy brand new week!💞
LOL well thanks so much. I hope your week is chock-full of blessings. 🙂
And much delicious coffee too dear friend!💞🍂🍮🍮🍂
My fav is cappuccinos – french vanilla to be exact 🙂
There are so many wonderful coffees and good music to choose from, were all spoilt! LOL!
We are so very spoiled
And how I love spoiling myself! ♥️
hahaha enjoy 🙂
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