The title of this song is mantra around our house. I can’t remember how I found this song. I’m pretty sure it was during the year I was stationed in Korea. But I can’t really be sure. You know they say the first three things to go when you get old are your sex drive, your patience, and and… I forgot the third thing.
The song is sung in a first-person narrative about a man’s relationship with a woman who does not reciprocate his feelings and regards their sexual encounter as nothing more than casual. The song’s title reflects the woman’s response to the man’s unspoken questions. Later in the song, the woman realizes her mistake and returns to him, trying to mend fences, only to find that the man has moved on and has no feelings left for her, turning on her with her own words.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Just_the_Way_It_Is,_Baby
While you may not know this song (although it did make it to #13 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks in 1990), most folks know The Rembrandts #1 pop hit “I’ll Be There For You” which was used as the theme song for the sitcom Friends. Another TV show that I don’t think I’ve ever seen a complete episode of.