I remember listening along to this album for the first time kinda thinking, yeah, this is great, but is it really worth the hype? Then this track came up, and boom. The album clicked. Phenomenal. Touch is such a gamble, full of so many moods, genres, and permutations that it's a wonder it works so well. But it does. By the time it comes full circle in its final minute, it feels like you've just taken a journey to the stars, and now you're back with Paul Williams' somber voice, back on your sofa at home, where you started, with an unresolved final chord. Never mind that this leads right into "Get Lucky" on the album; it is a masterpiece unto itself.