Breaking Up May Be Tough – but These Breakups Are Easy Money Stock PlaysBy William Patalon III, Executive Editor, Money Morning • July 21, 2016Start the conversationLeave a Reply Click here to cancel reply.Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website 5 − = 2 Comment Some HTML is OK Sign me up for the Money Morning newsletter William Patalon IIIOut of all the songs Neil Sedaka recorded, most folks agree that "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do" is his "signature tune" - meaning it's the one song he's most identified with.Sedaka recorded it twice - first in 1962 and again in 1975 - and it was a smash hit both times... even though the two "arrangements" differed greatly from one another.The 1975 version - which came out during my teen years - was first conceived as a pop tune. But Sedaka ended up recording it as a ballad. In that slow-song format, "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do" peaked at No. 8 in December 1975 and went on to hit No. 1 on the Easy Listening chart.This is premium content for Private Briefing subscribers only. As the executive editor of Money Morning, Bill Patalon has perfected a secret investment strategy that could help you put an extra $125K into your portfolio - this year. To date, Bill has used this strategy to pick 257 winning investments, including 192 double- and triple-digit peak gains. Once you see the secret, you'll immediately understand why it works so well.