It was written by Barry and Robin Gibb featuring Robin on lead with his falsetto (with Barry on the middle eight evidenced on the outro. This makes this song a curio among latterday group's tracks, as during the mid and late 1970s Barry sang most of the group's leads. Robin also sing falsetto for the second time on the group's 1979 song "Living Together" on the album Spirits Having Flown. As well as on his solo material "Remedy" from the 1985 album Walls Have Eyes.
With Robin, Barry also sang the lead on the track's middle-eight.
Never even try to see things her way/It's hard on a woman when love ain't no love at all/And when she walks away, and she probably will/You're gonna be sorry, begging her, please.
Yvonne Elliman's version was more successful than the Bee Gees' as her version reached #14 in the United States, #6 in the United Kingdom, #9 in Ireland, #3 in New Zealand and South Africa, #15 in Australia, #11 in Canada and #16 in Netherlands.
McCutcheon performed the song at the Children in Need telethon on 26 November 1999. She was supported by 100 children between the age of eight and thirteen, who were selected through nationwide auditions. The successful children had the chance to spend a day in a recording studio with McCutcheon, before serving as backing singers for the song on live television.