Released as a single with "He's All I Got" on the B-side, this song underperformed by Supremes standards, peaking at #9 in the US. They were one of the hottest acts in America, with six #1 hits under their belt. Their next single, "You Can't Hurry Love
," returned them to their chart-topping ways, starting a run of four consecutive #1 hits.
Not everyone shared this success equally: the group had little control of their finances and Motown head Berry Gordy was grooming lead singer Diana Ross for a solo career. Mary Wilson put up with it but Florence Ballard had a rough go, butting heads with Gordy and suffering a number of health problems. She left the group a year later.