It was not used until "Too Much Heaven" was released, as "Rest Your Love on Me" was chosen as the B-side. As a country song, it did not fit in with what the Bee Gees were putting on their albums, even though they continued to write the occasional country song, like "Where Do I Go", also left off the forthcoming album.
"Rest Your Love on Me" was recorded by Conway Twitty in 1980 for his album of the same name. It was his 25th number one on the country chart as a solo artist. The single went to number one for one week and spent a total of 10 weeks within the Top 40.
Andy Gibb and Olivia Newton-John had done a duet version of "Rest Your Love on Me" at the UNICEF show in January 1979, so she agreed to record it and a new song for Andy's third album After Dark, Albhy Galuten winces recalling the session years later. This song was released as a single in South Africa and elsewhere.
The Osmonds recorded this song from their album Steppin' Out released in that year also produced by Maurice Gibb.