So I had a night filled with some bizarre dreams featuring actually really rather mundane things last night, none of which I can remember in any great detail so not worth posting in the 'dreams' thread.
But I did have one scene in which these two guys were talking to each other (as though I was watching it on a TV) and they were talking about the 'hits' they had written together, and listed some of them, and were then saying about one of their best songs was originally going to be called something like "The way you make me love you" but that it felt awkward and didn't 'scan' properly, so they changed the title to "The way you do the things you do".
Now, upon waking this morning, the words were stuck in my head, along with a snippet of music that I thought matched it.
So I looked it up. It was written by 'Robert Rogers / William Robinson Jr.' for The Temptations in 1964.
William Robinson Jr is, of course, Smokey Robinson.
And I thought "I'm sure he carked it 5 or 6 years ago?"
Nope. Still going at 82.
Or at least he was, at the time of writing this.