When the electronic warriors of the post-punk late '70s hailed Eno as a figurehead of the entire movement, "I'll Come Running" is probably not one of the songs they were thinking of. A jaunty piano-led lyric picks up where his first album's "On Some Faraway Beach" left off, as Eno ruminates on the joys of getting away from everything, watching the seasons, and playing solitaire by the window until the day his true love comes through the door, "then I'll come running to tie your shoes." It's a staggeringly simple, lovely little song, quite out of place within the increasingly murky waters to be found elsewhere in Another Green World, but an integral part of that landscape nevertheless. Robert Fripp's "restrained lead guitar" and a pair of castanet guitars lay out the sonic backdrop -- imagine their sound and you already know half the song. Spend a few months alone awaiting someone's return and you can guess the rest.