Working my way through the glitz and thud of Smokey Robinson’s eighties productions, I found this track from 1987’s One Heartbeat album. The home of “Just To See Her” also accommodated this narrative about a home wrecker: a father announces that he’s walking out on his family, to their astonishment. Then the situation repeats itself when the singer’s an adult — in reverse. “I just don’t know about love,” the author of “You Really Got a Hold On Me” and “Cruisin'” sighs. And it was a single.