The first track, Owner of a Lonely Heart, became Yes' only #1 hit. It seems to advise caution about love, with a refrain that says a lonely heart is "much better than...a broken heart". Changes is notable for its introductory and closing sections with syncopated beat. Leave It is arguably the album's most creative track, with heavy use of the human voice as instrumentation. (The song's video, with it's suit-and-tied, vertically inverted, and digitally manipulated band members, was equally creative.) The last track, Hearts, is an apparent counterpoint to the first, concluding "two hearts are better than one."