The Texan achieved his first of nine Hot Country Songs leaders.
Penned by Paul Craft, the song was originally recorded by Don Everly, half of famed duo The Everly Brothers; his version reached No. 96 in 1977.
Chesnutt's take was released as the second single from his debut MCA album Too Cold at Home, which produced five top 10 Hot Country Songs hits. The title-track lead single (No. 3, 1990) started a run of his first 12 entries all reaching the top 10 through 1994.