From the 1978 album "Too Much Too Little Too Late". A pretty and melodic duet with Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams became the second biggest hit in Deniece's career in early 1978. Written by Nap Kipner and John Vallins, it struck gold and in April 1978 shot to the very top, both on pop, and soul charts. The two singers were put together by Jack Gold, former president of CBS, and Mike Dilbeck from a&r department at CBS. It was also Johnny's first number one hit in the R&B/Soul field (he had enjoyed one on the pop side in 1957 with Chances Are), and it was Johnny's first duet.