Although this song is more in the style of a classic duet, "Take Me" is all about Teedra Moses. The way she punches and lilts her voice during the chorus, her measured loftiness in areas where she could blow Raphael Saadiq totally out of contention, she's wonderful. Listening to her on this track makes it hard to fathom how people have so thoroughly slept on Complex Simplicity. Schmaltzy orchestral strings instantly cut by dominating sitar strumming only to return much later in the song, Saadiq's warm and subdued presence that softens the rhythmic clarity with which she sings, these are but a few of the songs strengths. Add to that a refreshing, honest lyrics about rekindling romance sans melodrama and you have one of the most relatable and most beautiful love songs of the decade.