you're breaking my heart


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you're breaking my heart

Used ironically to let the other person know that their story does not make one feel any sympathy for them. A: "I've been so busy lately that I had to give up my membership to the golf club." B: "Wow, you poor thing. You're breaking my heart."
See also: breaking, heart

you're breaking my heart

used ironically to suggest that the person referred to does not deserve the sympathy they are seeking.
See also: breaking, heart
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Among the songs he popularized were You're Breaking My Heart, I Have But One Heart, On The Street Where You Live, April In Portugal, Just Say I Love Her, Eternally, Ebb Tide, Stranger In Paradise, An Affair To Remember, Again, My Heart Cries For You and If.
Hilda Gallagher, by email A You're breaking my heart, Hilda.