Girl TalkWords & Music by Bobby Troup & Neal Hefti
Recorded by Tony Bennett, 1966
From the movie "Harlow"
DM7 G#7 GM7 Em7 A7-9 They like to chat about the dresses they will wear tonight F#m7 B7-9 Em7 F#m7 GM7 A9 They chew the fat about their tresses and the neighbor's fight; Dm7 Gm7 E7-5-9 Em7 A7-9 Inconsequential things that men don't really care to know F#m7 B7-9 F#m7 Gm7 F#m7 B7 Become essential things that women find so ap-pro-pos -- Bm7 E9 Em9 Gm7 But that's a dame, they're all the same it's just a game they call it F#m7 Bm7 Em7 A9 Girl talk, girl talk DM7 G#7 GM7 Em7 A7-9 They all meow about the ups and downs of all their friends, F#m7 B7-9 Em7 F#m7 GM7 A9 The who, the how, the why -- they dish the dirt, it never ends. Dm7 Gm7 E7-5-9 Em7 A7-9 The weaker sex, the "speaker" sex we mortal males behold F#m7 B7-9 F#m7 Gm7 F#m7 B7 But though we joke, we wouldn't trade you for a ton of gold. First time: Bm7 E9 Em9 Gm7 So baby stay and gab away, but hear me say that after F#m7 Bm7 Em7 A7-9 D F#m7 G Gm7 A9sus4 D9 Girl talk, talk to me. Dm7 E9 GM7 Gm7 So baby stay, and gab away, but hear me say F#m7 Bm9 Em7 Edim D B7 Em7 A9 A7 That after girl talk, talk to me. Last time: Bm7 E9 Em9 Gm7 It's all been planned, so take my hand; please understand F#m7 Bm9 Em7 Edim D The sweetest girl talk talks of me.