In a majestic universe that aligns the stars and moon, Cheryl admires the beautiful things in life that some of us take for granted. It's obviously one of those songs where she tries to prove she can sing outside of being really pretty. That is, thanks to all the clever studio trickery used. She's also foregone her usual three singles approach and then forgets that the album ever existed. 'Only Human' may be one of the strongest songs on the album, but it's doubtful it will do anything to revive the era. Doing a
disappearing act after release week did her no favours.