Now, I'll see if people notice something about the next one. I'll explain if you do, but if you don't then it's not important... Oh To Be In Love 7.58 Highest Score: 10 x 1 @Remorque Lowest Score: 6 x 1 @ohnoitisnathan @Remorque - 10 This was one of the most instant tracks way back when that made me fall in love with The Kick Inside. Tinkling away on the piano experiencing those first feelings of love and how uncomfortable it can make you feel... Oh, the innocence. Well, in Kate's case it's the love for the spotlight and how she didn't always know to handle it, but it could most definitely be about a person's feelings for another person. And once the chorus gets stuck inside your head, it literally refuses to leave. @Music Is Life - 9 I really enjoyed this, the production had me nodding my head along. I liked the drums throughout the most. @sfmartin - 9 I'm in love with the swooping melodies on this album. Insanely catchy. The backing vocals are a nice touch. @djmakemewet - 8.5 This is probably the song on the album that's improved the most over time for me. The more I've listened, the more I've come to appreciate the unusual song structure (which makes me think of some of Christine McVie's songs for Fleetwood Mac) and the swell of male backing vocals at the end of the chorus. @Jóga - 8 I quite like how it grows and grows. And the male backing vocals really work in this. @OspreyQueen - 7 An odd little song, but I like it, mainly because that stuttering hook is insanely catchy. @Seventeen Days - 7 That horn interlude, though. Probably my favorite thing on this track would be that chorus - it’s super catchy. @DominoDancing - 6.5 Chorus doesn't go well with the rest of the song. @ohnoitisnathan - 6 Catchy, but not top shelf Kate. .