An underrated track of the second album. I've heard it described as song which hints at their future career, and i can understand why. This song features multiple sections in its (relatively) short duration. This song does have a verse, chorus feel to it, but what makes it different is that there is a 2 minute keys intro which could be compared to Genesis' "Watcher of the Skies". The verses feature bass in a more prominent role, with the keys and guitar taking a step back. The track ebbs and flows, and concludes with a instrumental section that beautifully ties the track together. If you're looking to get into more early early "Yes", I'd start with this song.