Named for the Audrey Hepburn film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” the song by Deep Blue Something is actually based on another of her iconic films: “Roman Holiday.” “You’ll say we've got nothing in common/No common ground to start from,’” the song opens. The romantic comedy with Gregory Peck was Hepburn’s first movie role. She plays a bored English princess sneaking away from her royal duties, with Peck as a reporter she meets on the streets of Rome.
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