Actually Ivan, you tell the "Right" Woman how much you like that song and why; I think SHE'LL be the one telling you it's going to be Played at your Wedding,... for she'll be the bride making all the arrangements:):):).
Markantney from Biloxi, MsJun 2014,
I'd rather die than decide which line in the song is best. I'll punk out and say they're all #1 but it's because of the backing "whooo-ooohhhh"s the Isley's sing in the background at the end of each line. The most vocal (background) seems to be after "Smoother than a gentle breeze" and after "Now and then I lose my way".
Man, that is the song of a lifetime.
Oh but I do think Ronald's riffing (aka "Croonin" when he riffs:):)) towards the end, before and after "I'm gonna say it one more time" and his "You got me girl", priceless.
John from Nashville, TnThis song has been recorded by such artists as jazz guitarist Earl Klugh, Boyz II Men, and a Grammy-nominated version by Whitney houston.
Eric from Los Angeles, NvOOOhhhhh yeah, grab my girl and slow dance offa' dis'....sing it in her ear....
Eugene from Miami, FlThis is the love song of all love songs. Love song do no and will not get better this. When Rudolph wrote this song he made a master peace. If you are in love, this is the song for you.
Whitney Robinson from Dallas, TxOne of the best songs ever! That imagery!
"Smoother than a gentle breeze/flowing through my mind with ease/soft as can be..."
Matt from Raleigh, NcLove the line "I might as well sign my name on a card which say it better". No card could speak about love like this song does. Good job Rudolph!!!
Ivan from Wodside, NyBest of all Isley songs. My wedding song if I ever get married no matter what the wife says.