As gooey-romantic-at-heart Andrew Dalton dutifully pointed out, at noon today, Valentine's Day, Tony Bennett will return for a special Valentine's day performance of the city's unofficial theme song under the dome at City Hall. The event is free and open to the public. If you cannot make it, the city will also broadcast the Bennett's performance "in the plazas and parks around Union Square and over the radio waves like our very own honey-throated overlord." But best of all, our typically chilling emergency warning will belt out "I Left My Heart In San Francisco" at noon, or so says Gizmodo.

Also, every radio station that broadcasts in San Francisco has been asked to play “" Left My Heart in San Francisco" at noon-ish -- e.g., KOIT 96.5 FM. And if that's not enough, "the city's cable cars will be decked out especially for the occasion and City Hall will glow red, like a big golden box of Russel Stovers."

Valentine's Day, whether you like it or not.

Update: Lies! The emergency siren system did NOT play Bennett. Brutal letdown. Valentine's Day is canceled.

Update II: Even KOIT 96.5FM, who was noted in the official press release, failed to play Bennett. Our heart? Broken.

[Entire City Required To Listen To Tony Bennett At Noon On Valentine's Day]