Talk To Me (Joe Seneca Song)
"Talk to Me", or "Talk to Me, Talk to Me", is a song written by Joe Seneca. Originally recorded in 1958 by Little Willie John, whose version charted #5 R&B and #20 Pop, "Talk to Me" was also recorded by Seneca himself in 1960 and covered by numerous other performers, including Sunny & the Sunglows (1963) and The Beach Boys, whose version was released on their 1976 album 15 Big Ones, with Carl Wilson singing lead vocals.
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