An incredibly hot, hot sexy song, and I can’t believe that Day’s son co-wrote it for her. If this doesn’t get you hankering for the one person you want to go to bed with you’re earless.

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Music and lyrics by Joe Lubin, Hal Kanter and Terry Melcher (Day’s son); arranged by composer Jack Nitzsche (of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest fame). Sung by Doris Day and chorus with West Coast session singers The Blossoms, featuring Darlene Love(!!!), Fanita James, and Jean King.

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