"Make It with you" is one of the remarkable versions of the original song, which is written by David Gates and recorded, at the beginning, by band named Bread, which featured Gates as a member.
The first apparition of the song was on the band’s album named "On the Waters", released in 1970.
The single became remarkable, due especially to the fact that it became the Bread’s first song to be placed on top ten and the only single which was placed on a first position on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart in the U.S., having spent an entire week, in 1970, at the top spot.
The original version was placed on the fifth position on the UK Singles Chart and received a gold certification by the RIAA for the sales of more than one million copies registered by the band.
Public received the song with a lot of enthusiasm and pleasure, thing demonstrated not only by the volume of sales, but also by the fact that fans were seeming delighted when participating to the live performances of the band. In this regard, as main listeners, were placed the easy-listening stations in the first period of existence of the so called soft rock style, which later became really appreciated worldwide.
The single got to reach the fourth position on the Billboard Easy listening Top 40, thing that was a high success for the band.
Covered by numerous international artists, among them being placed Andy Williams, Lou Donaldson, Marc Cohn and many others, the song which has a great piano sheet, also demonstrates its uniqueness and it proves that the band deserved the appreciation received for the creation and performances of this song, especially when talking about the beginning of the soft-rock era.