Smokey Robinson, Marv Tarplin, and Al Cleveland collaborated on this overlooked Miracles recording from 1969. Despite decent chart numbers, number 37 pop and number four R&B, this one is not mentioned much, remade at all, or sung by Robinson or the revamped Miracles in concert. It has a tricky, poignant rhythm track that stammers and blares at strategic points throughout the song. Claudette Robinson's sweet soprano rings out brightly over her cohorts, and more of her is always good. The flip side "Darling Dear" also got some spins and achieved a number 100 ranking on Billboard's pop 100 chart.