"Hold me now
It's hard for me to say I'm sorry."
Man, don't we all feel that?
This very beautiful song about longing and trying to make things right was Chicago's 2nd #1 hit, in 1982. In a bit of a departure from other Chicago songs, 1) it doesn't feature much in the way of horns, and 2) it features musicians that were not members of Chicago in supporting roles, including three members of the band Toto.
Peter Cetera's longing voice matches well with the lyrical content and the early 80's sound. I hope you enjoy it!