The A-side (We're In This Thing Together) failed to generate interest. But when a disc jockey at St. Louis, Missouri, radio station KATZ began playing the B-side, "Let's Fall In Love.", it was soon moving up the Hot 100, peaking at number 21 in March of 1967.
Later the same year, Peaches and Herb had three more hits on the US charts, "Close Your Eyes" (number 8 in May), "For Your Love" (Number 20 in August) and "Love Is Strange" (number 11 in November).
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