It was first recorded by American country music artist Con Hunley in on the Capitol Records label and later by Reba McEntire for her studio album of the same name. It debuted at 54 on the Hot Country Single's chart for the week of October 11, and peaked at 1 for the week of January 17, His version was released on the Capitolspending 15 weeks on the country charts and peaking at The song is characterized as a slow balladwhich describes how a woman tries to recover from a love affair,  saying throughout the song, "what am I gonna do about you.
Although William Ruhlmann of Allmusic found the song not to have the characteristics of her previous releases, he received the song well. Ruhlmann found it to be nearly similar to that of her number one single, " Whoever's in New What Are You Gonna Do? (RayMonster Mix) - Kelly Bienvenue - What Are You Gonna Do? ," stating, "the title song had something of the feel of "Whoever's in New England" in its portrayal of a woman trying to recover from a painfully ended love affair.
The song became a preface of her album of the same name her second studio album of the year and became a major hit in the United States and Canada. The song's success I.L.
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