Marvin wails about losing his woman against a heavy backbeat (sounds like somebody broke out the tire chains used on Martha & the Vandellas' "Dancing in the Street") and tries to word her back, bemoaning about how he's chained to her love and affection. This Frank Wilson composition and production would have been even more effective by Edwin Starr, who never cut the track -- a shame because it's as Starr as Lipton is tea. The Jackson 5 cut a believable version despite Michael's age. Rare Earth did it up as well, but Gaye's is the definitive version to date. It did alright on the charts, number 32 pop and number eight R&B in 1968.