Danny wins a horse and he wants to keep him at home. Shirley explains how impractical it is and Danny keeps arguing why it is a winning proposition. The horse has a problem - it does not sleep.

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Danny wins a horse and he wants to keep him at home. Shirley explains how impractical it is and Danny keeps arguing why it is a winning proposition. The horse has a problem - it does not sleep.

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8 December 1972 (USA)  »

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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
Music & Lyrics by Neil Sedaka & Howard Greenfield
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Slim Pickens and Dick Balduzzi
4 March 2014 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Nag, Nag, Nag" has Danny winning a raffle for a race horse named F. Scott Fitzgerald, hoping to convince his mother that it would be best to keep it at their home. Once they decide to enter him to run at the San Pueblo County Fair, they first must cure the animal's insomnia. Slim Pickens is always a welcome presence, while making his second appearance is Dick Balduzzi, previously seen as the elevator man in "But the Memory Lingers On." The featured song is a cover of Neil Sedaka's 1962 signature tune "Breaking Up is Hard to Do," which he co-wrote with Howard Greenfield, issued as a single July 1972, peaking on the Billboard singles charts at 26, appearing (as the only new track) Sept 1972 on AT HOME WITH THEIR GREATEST HITS. Interestingly, Sedaka himself had a top 10 hit (#8) with a newly recorded slower version just three years after David Cassidy's.


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