Couldn't think of a better thread title, but since it centers around this song, we'll go with it. It was recorded by Jimmy Ruffin, who was slated to the Temptation lead singer until......his younger brother got the job after auditioning. Rough Thanksgiving that year! Actually, Jimmy was already a solo for Motown on one of their labels. Anyway, this was a hit for him and I always liked the song as it is well written lyrically. Fast forward to now and I'm hearing the song at work, so one day I pull it up on youtube. Unfortunately there was only the song done on some variety show. Still good, not a live performance. I notice to the side a Joan Osborne (If God was one of us) cover. This was part of a doc on the Funk Brothers, who were the house session players through the early 70s. They were said to have played on more number ones than the Beatles, Rolling Stones and Beach Boys combined. I'd never seen and always regretted missing it. Anyway, I clicked on her cover with the Fink Bros and I was blown away!!! I never followed her and obviously didn't know how strong her voice is. She did Heard It Through The Grapevine and Heatwave also very well, but What Becomes sent chills up my spine. Do yourself a favor and this this out on youtube.