I think this is a great one. The piano and vocal remind me of classic 1970's Queen. "Kindhearted view me and say, 'Thank God, that's not me'," is a really great line. This one was buried on a b-side like a lot of his best songs from earlier in his career. It's also a great addition to his songs about unrequited love which is something he'd quit singing about as much.
I like that it's a pretty simple arrangement compared to something like "At Last I Am Born," but it's still an interesting sound and could have been recorded live with everyone in the same room. No tricks, just a really solid song. It's one of my favorites and renewed hope that he could always come up with more classics.