Charted at #11 on the UK Singles chart in February 1954. This was released during a period in Guy's career where his singles were charting very well in the U.K., but often not charting at all in the U.S. He would make a return to the U.S. charts in a big way in 1956 with hits such as "Singing the Blues". This single was released in October 1953 in the US but didn't chart there.
Original Billboard review: "An attractive side. Tune is an old public doman melody with a modern lyric. The arrangement has a gang sing effect, making use of a children's chorus for this purpose. Guy Mitchell warbles with spirit here." Billboard rating: 78 out of 100.
Written by P. Campbell.
The other side of this single in the US was "Strollin' Blues".