A curious release, the Miracles had better songs in the can that stayed shelved until the '90s. It followed the bawling "Baby, Baby Don't Cry" the summer of 1965 but many DJs flipped it in favor of "Here I Go Again." The mid-tempo song featured a small bass role by Warren "Pete" Moore, the group's lowest voice, but not a booming, bottom bass. Smokey Robinson sung more subdued during this era, like he really wasn't into it and had other things on his mind. He collaborated on this one with Al Cleveland and Marvin Tarplin. It did well for a song that was dropped from their live act a year after it came out: number nine R&B and number 32 pop; the flip checked in at number 15 R&B and number 37 Pop.