This warm, luminous ballad was written by jazz pianist Horace Silver and recorded for his 1959 album, Blowin' the Blues Away. He recalled: "I was doodlin' around on the piano, and it just came to me, but I also had the impression that there was an angel standing over me, impressing my mind with this beautiful melody and harmony."
Norah Jones covered this on her 2001 EP First Sessions and 2016 album Day Breaks. She explained why she did her Day Breaks version to Jam! Music:
"There's an electricity in the air and it's not a good electricity. It's a scary time right now. I said to my friend, 'You know the whole world is just f--king falling apart.' And he's like, 'The world has always been falling apart, you're just more aware of it right now.' And that's true too. I think with all the social media and all these 24-hour news channels, you're just ingesting it all day long. It's just like, 'Holy crap!' It IS too much but at the same time it's good to be informed."