Charted at #14 on Billboard Hot 100 in April 1955. This song also charted at #25 on the Hot 100 for Nappy Brown during the same month (#2 R&B). Original Billboard review: "The Crew-Cuts dish out a personable vocal on the R&B hit. The record has a driving beat and the same bouncy kind of zaniness that made their past platters so big with jocks and jukes."
Written by Nappy Brown, Rose Marie McCoy and Fred Mendelsohn.