“Heartbreaker” is a song performed by American singer Dionne Warwick. It was written by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb of the Bee Gees. “Heartbreaker” was released in September 1982 with “I Can’t See Anything (But You)” on the B-side as the title track and the lead single from her album “Heartbreaker.” The song is known for its smooth and soulful sound, and it’s one of Dionne Warwick’s well-recognized hits.
“Heartbreaker” is characterized by its melodic and soft rock sound, featuring Warwick’s distinctive and soulful vocals. The song has a romantic and emotional lyrical theme. The lyrics express the feeling of heartbreak and unrequited love, with the narrator yearning for a lost love.
The song “Heartbreaker” was a commercial success, reaching top three on the music charts in various countries, including #2 in the United Kingdom and Australia. In the United States, it peaked at #10.
“Heartbreaker” is often regarded as one of Dionne Warwick’s signature songs, and it showcases her powerful and emotive vocal delivery. It remains a beloved classic in the soft rock and adult contemporary genres.