Released as the the b-side to ‘Abraham, Martin and John,” Dion has described this song as: “…a love song, or it can be about drugs. I recorded it in the back of a bowling alley with a bunch of Jamaicans. We were banging on cardboard boxes. I had my Gibson Birdland guitar and we just let it roll.’
Raw and off-the-cuff, this track presented a totally different side of Dion; one hidden from the sugar-coated mainstream of the 1950s and one that touched upon more personal, honest elements.
I love its feel, I love its rhythm and love the whole vibe of this song really. Listen above.