The follow-up to "Walk On By," 1964's "You'll Never Get Too Heaven (If You Break My Heart)" wasn't nearly as big a hit, only making it to #34 on the Billboard charts. (As Brian Wilson would soon find out with "God Only Knows," a lot of radio stations were still skittish about quasi-religious topics, limiting airplay somewhat.) However, it's both an interesting curio for its time and place and a fine song in its own right. The song is clearly Burt Bacharach and Hal David's response to the then-current bossa nova craze; the resemblance to the recent Astrud Gilberto hit "The Girl From Ipanema" is striking, although admirably short of outright plagiarism. Bacharach's arrangement is a masterful blend of Latin percussion and easy listening strings, and Warwick sails through the tricky internal rhymes of David's lyrics with grace and ease. For an oddball-exotica treat, find the Dionne Warwick In Paris album from 1966, on which she sings the song in entirely passable French to an even more percussion-heavy arrangement.