This was the second album released by Anderson in 1972, the other being her album Cry, which featured the No. 1 hit of the same name. This album produced two singles, one being the title track and the other being a western-tinged song, "Fool Me". Both songs were very successful Country hits, both reaching the No. 4 spot in 1972.
The public responded well to this album, making it a big seller for Anderson. This album reached No. 3 on the "Top Country Albums" and peaked at No. 160 on the "Billboard 200" albums chart. This album consisted to 11 tracks, one of which "That's What Loving You Has Meant To Me" had appeared on an earlier Anderson album, How Can I Unlove You. Among the other songs on the album was a cover of a chart single by Anderson's mother Liz Anderson, "It Don't Do No Good to Be a Good Girl" and "There's A Party Goin' On", a hit for Jody Miller that was written by Anderson's husband Glenn Sutton and Miller's producer Billy Sherrill that Anderson had wanted for a single release of her own.