album was Procol Harum's 14th, and their first without lyricist Keith Reid
. In his stead was Pete Brown
, who wrote several songs with Cream, including "Sunshine Of Your Love
" and "White Room
." When he and Procol frontman Gary Brooker
started writing for the album, Brooker suggested the theme "Ten Commandments." That theme was eventually dropped, but it still made its way onto some of the songs, including this one, which represents the Commandment "Thou shalt not commit adultery."