By this time, Yes had broken through on MTV with videos for their 90125 tracks "Owner Of A Lonely Heart" and "Leave It
," so they made one for "It Can Happen" as well, showing the band performing the song on a fancy set, sporting the latest fashions. They weren't cut out to be video stars. In the book MTV Ruled the World - The Early Years of Music Video
, Jon Anderson shared his thoughts on transitioning to the music video age: "Even though the song may have been very good, the videos, generally... 50% of the videos weren't very good, because it wasn't their forte. It wasn't what you become a rock musician for - to make videos? That's what movie stars do or pop stars or whatever."