|"Sweet Talkin' Woman"|
|Single by Electric Light Orchestra|
|from the album Out of the Blue|
|Recorded||1977 at Musicland Studios, Munich|
|Electric Light Orchestra singles chronology|
American single sleeve
"Sweet Talkin' Woman"
"Sweet Talkin' Woman" is a 1978 single by Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) from the album Out of the Blue. Its original title was "Dead End Street", but it was changed during recording, perhaps to avoid confusion with a 1966 hit of the same title by The Kinks. Some words that survived from that version can be heard in the opening of the third verse, "I've been livin' on a dead end street".