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It is the third official single from the Car Wash soundtrack. The song has also become a staple on oldies radio and on adult contemporary stations. The song talks about how a narrator pleads love for a beautiful woman, except that the young woman is unkind, and does not understand his affection for her, as he wastes his own money calling her, but she does not respond, regardless, he still wants to "get next" to her. The song became the group's second top 10 single on the US Billboard Hot , peaking at number 10, and peaking at number 3 on the Hot Soul Singles chart. The song was also successful worldwide, becoming their second Top 40 hit in the United Kingdom , peaking at number 14 on the UK Singles Chart. The song was sung on the popular sitcom in , Martin , in the season three episode , "All the Players Came", where Martin Lawrence 's character, Jerome, the pimp, sings the song to guest star Pam Grier as part of a competition, facing off with Dolemite and Huggy Bear played by Rudy Ray Moore and Antonio Fargas for Detroit's "Player of the Year" award, as part of the competition he sings the song poorly which attracts Pam Grier , which he later in the episode wins unanimously. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Australian Charts Book — The Official Charts Company. Retrieved
The song was written by James Mtume and Reggie Lucas , two former members of Miles Davis 's band, who were members of Flack's band at the time. Produced by Atlantic Records , the song was released on Flack's album Blue Lights in the Basement , and as a single in It became a major crossover hit, becoming Flack's biggest commercial hit after her success with her solo single, " Killing Me Softly with His Song ". Originally set as a solo-single, Flack's manager, David Franklin, suggested a duet with Hathaway, which resulted in the finished work. The song charted in the top ten spots for fourteen weeks in Canada and one week in France. It was eventually certified gold in the United States in May , and became one of their most familiar duets. Flack's manager David Franklin, who had worked with Hathaway in the past, decided to re-write the song to include him. Hathaway had been suffering from severe bouts of clinical depression at the time, which often forced him to be hospitalized.