This song, perhaps better than any other on the Ray of Light album, was a perfect representation of where Madonna was at the time – spiritually enlightened and realizing that there was more to life than just having a good time. It’s still the M we always loved, but just grown up and reaching out to put her arms around the world and embracing it rather than trying to push it away. Musically I think it is a perfect marriage between her electronica side and her good-old dance-pop sensibilities. I think it’s a great vocal performance that kind of wraps around you like a warm balnket in the winter. The background vocals by Nikki and Donna also help bring a nostalgic vibe to the track and I think the song is all the better for it. My favorite part in fact, is the outro with all the different harmonies and melody lines being sung by their three voices which always blend so perfectly and magically together. The only live performance (so far) was the 1999 Grammy’s performance which I enjoyed for its spectacle even though I think the vocals were a bit off. I just wished she had included this as part of the Drowned World Tour -would have worked so well in the Geisha section but alas it was not to be. This has remained in my Madonna Top 50 since I first heard it and I don’t see it leaving anytime soon.