The title track from Spanky and Our Gang's second album, "Like To Get To Know You" is a showcase for Nigel Pickering and Malcolm Hale, the two primary male singers in this close-harmony group. (Unusually, Spanky McFarlane herself only takes the lead on the brief bridge, and her harmonies are mixed far below her bandmates elsewhere.) A lovely pop song written by producer Stuart Scharf, "Like To Get To Know You" has a jazzy feel that makes it sound more mature than some of the group's earlier efforts, aided by the almost entirely orchestral backing track. The greatest hits compilation Spanky's Greatest Hit(s), for years the only available Spanky and Our Gang compilation, includes an odd remix of the song that tacks on the minute-plus reprise that originally appeared at the end of the album onto the song as a sort of extended coda. This completely changes the feel of the song, as the final third of it now consists of gauzy, overlapping harmonies with little tonal or thematic center. This oddly-constructed mishmash, through years of play on oldies radio, has since become more or less the "official" version; the remix was included on 1999's more comprehensive Greatest Hits.