Taking its title from one of two Bread covers featured on the album (the other being Baby I'm a want you), this album yielded two hits for Margie on the R+B charts. The first hit (Come lay some loving on me) was Margie's biggest R+B hit up to that point, but a cover of My love (the Paul McCartney song rather than the Petula Clark song), also featured here, gave Margie the biggest hit of her career. It made the top ten in the R+B charts and also became a minor hit in the main American pop charts.
The remaining tracks include one of Stevie Wonder's less famous songs (To know you is to love you) and a n original song co-written by Margie with her producer (Ridin' high). This album, like its predecessor, is a typical slice of seventies soul music. I'm really glad that I discovered Margie's music.