"Breaking Up is Hard to Do" was a song in the early 1960s recorded by Neil Sedaka. When Games class was called off on 29 March 1963 due to frozen pipes disabling the showers, the female fourth year students of Coal Hill School sang and danced to it in the assembly hall. (PROSE: Time and Relative)

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It's actually very plausible that the song would be so popular at that time, and "Breaking Up is Hard to Do" was rated #1 on the Billboard Top 10 just months before.

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