Of the three songs to only appear on the very first Jekyll and Hyde concept album, this is easily the best of the three. It’s an ecstatic, anthemic ballad of epic proportions and features some of the most ravishing music Frank Wildhorn ever wrote. That said, I understand why it was not used in later productions. Presumably it fit better into the plot of the show’s early drafts, but there is no point in either the Broadway version of Jekyll and Hyde, or the version heard on the second concept album, at which it would make any sense. It’s sung to someone that Jekyll has apparently just met, so it was clearly meant to be addressed to Lucy rather than Lisa/Emma, and in all the later drafts of the show Jekyll simply does not care about Lucy even remotely enough to sing her this kind of rhapsodic love song. It sounds incredible as, essentially, a Pop song on that first album (which was basically a Pop album to begin with), but it simply doesn’t have a place in any of the more current versions of the show.