Released in late 1978 this track brought the R&B duo back on the charts. One of the more skilled and propulsive disco songs, it was a shock coming from one of the more ballad-heavy and starry-eyed duos in music. At the time of this release, ten years had past since Peaches and Herb had a hit and Herb Fame replaced Francine Barker with Linda Greene. While going/gone artists filled disco with surprise hits, this comeback was one of the biggest. Producer Freddie Perren was quietly amassing disco/R&B hits for the Miracles, the Sylvers, and the Tavares. For his second Peaches and Herb assignment the arranging didn't change too much, but by 1978 the music got even more glitzy and flashier to cater to the disco crowd. The lyrics written by Dino Ferakis and Perren aren't the stuff of legend but they do impart a sense of fun and urbanity. This single was an immediate hit and the 12" version adds synth fills and more upfront percussion. Any version of this is liable to get even disco haters on the floor.