This song was written by Mac Davis, inspired his son Scotty. The single was released with "Rubberneckin'" as its flipside in November 1969. It reached #13 on the U.S. country chart spending in a 12-week run and #6 on the U.S. pop chart in a 13-week run. In the U.K. it reached #8 in an 11-week run. On the 20th anniversary of Elvis's death, as part of a commemorative concert event in Memphis, his daughter Lisa screened a special video of herself in a newly created duet of this song with her father. This was the first time Elvis fans got to hear Lisa's singing voice. There was not an official release of the duet recording or video as it was a one-time presentation in tribute to her father an in thanks to his fans who attended the event. Lisa Marie Presley has since gone on to her own successful career as a songwriter and recording artist.