(Warner Bros. 7119, K15777)(US 45)
The song was written in 1967 while Ruthann Friedman was
living in David Crosby's spare room in Beverly Glenn Canyon. It was the second single to reach
No.1 in the US
for The Association. An
instrumental version of it was recorded by the jazz guitarist, Wes
Montgomery, in 1967 which became his highest Top 100 hit at No. 44. It is No.61 on the Top 100 most
played songs on the radio.