Rhythmically bouncy and relatively relaxed. Most of the distortion has been pared away from the guitars, making the song a bit more open and inviting than the preceding pieces. And its lyrical vulnerability invites us into the narrator's mind: the themes of romantic longing seem almost recognizable. Add it up, and you've got yourself something like a pop staple, a song about lost love. This song is the downbeat post-breakup sadness, but watch out for what you stir up when that sadness curdles into impotent rage in the follow-up, "Mannequin."