Sometimes the singer/songwriter that wrote the song doesn't deliver the definite version. Think Otis Redding's original 1965 version of "Respect" versus Aretha Franklin's 1967 million-selling cover. So it's quite evident that Franklin knew how to "take" someone else's song. "Until You Come Back to Me (That's What I'm Going to Do)" was written by Stevie Wonder, Clarence Paul, and Morris Broadnax and originally recorded by Wonder in 1967 but wasn't released until it was included on his 1976 multi-record greatest-hits set Anthology. Wonder played Aretha Franklin the song in 1973. One of the main differences between Wonder's original version and Franklin's later cover is that Franklin's take on the tune is more fluid in its feel. Produced by Franklin, Arif Mardin, and Jerry Wexler, her version of "Until You Come Back to Me (That's What I'm Going to Do)" has a percolating pulse throughout, strong background vocals, fluttering flute runs, and Franklin's own gospel-flavored riffs. It went gold, hitting number one R&B and number three pop in early 1974.