Rarely has such a rinky-dink arrangement anchored a more shattering vocal. Old pro Lamont Dozier (who knows something about shattering vocals) wrote a song whose tempo doesn't intrude on Moyet's drama, which is too raspy, has too many blue hues, to be called "histrionic." Key moment: the shift from shriek to gulped croon at the 1:44 mark when Moyet sings, "But I know you're home." Histrionics, meet reality. Next to this, Annie Lennox sounds like Aimee Mann.