Sherrill backed off a bit on the lushness of the previous album and restrained more of Jones' honky tonk persona on the title track (by Bobby Braddock), "You're Looking at a Happy Man," and "Never Having You" (by Tom T.
This is not to say that ballads aren't plentiful here.
There's a fine read of "What's Your Mama's Name?" by Peanut Montgomery and Dallas Frazier that Sherrill had cut with Tanya Tucker a year earlier when she was just 14, and it went straight to number one.
Tammy Wynette and Montgomery's "You'll Never Grow Old (To Me)" is a love song delivered in the classic Jones manner with Sherrill using a Phil Spector-ish approach to arrangement and layering the piano on top of a wash of strings and a meandering pedal steel.
Here the steel is in front of everything except Jones' vocal.
The strings, backing vocals, and acoustic guitar are separated to offer a sense of space in the mix.
It was prophetic in that it was the single biggest factor in ending their marriage.