Sir Clifford Chatterley, a wealthy pit owner, is wheelchair bound as a result of wounds sustained during the war. His wife Constance continues to love him even though their conjugal life is at an end. Sir Clifford is so desperate for an heir to his great fortune that he suggests his wife should become pregnant by another man. Constance is shocked by this proposal; she cannot bear the idea of being unfaithful to her husband. Then she meets Mellors, Sir Clifford’s gamekeeper.
"Yes It's You Lady" is a 1982 album by American singer Smokey Robinson. As 1981's Being with You it was produced by George Tobin in association with Mike Piccirillo and recorded and mixed at Studio Sound Recorders, North Hollywood, California. It was released on the Motown sub-label Tamla. The album was peaking at #33 in Billboard pop charts, and at #6 on the R&B charts. The two follow-up singles to 1981's chart success' "Being with you" were strangely no Robinson compositions: "Tell Me Tomorrow" peaked at #33 Billboard and #3 R&B charts, "Old Fashioned Love" at #60 Billboard and #17 R&B charts. The third and final single, Robinson's "Yes It's You Lady" only peaked at #107 Billboard, without entering the R&B charts.