Though their dance classic "You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else" was their certified million-seller, the Jones Girls' "Nights Over Egypt" is just as cherished. Originally on their 1982 LP Get As Much Love As You Can, "Nights Over Egypt" was written by producer Dexter Wansel and Cynthia Biggs. The sparkling, mid-tempo track began with an exotic, sinewy synth line that suggests the tones played by a snake charmer as he sits before a weaving, entranced cobra. The Jones Girls seemed to always get the best vocal mixes of all of the acts signed to Gamble & Huff's Philadelphia International label. The imagery suggests star-filled nights over the Sahara. The sisters' luscious harmonies are seductive in an aural ambience that's dreamy and wonder-inducing. Though there were pleasing latter-day instrumental covers of the song, no vocal version ever came close to the charm of the trio's original recording. As well-realized and beautifully complex as "Nights Over Egypt" is, it's a wonder that it never crossed over to the pop charts when it went to number 23 in early 1982.