This is a version of Paul McCartney's famous "The Long and Winding Road." The first version was released in 1970 as a part of Let It Be and made use of producer Phil Spector's controversial "Wall of Sound" technique (i.e. really heavy orchestration). McCartney grew to resent this pretty quickly - since Spector's changes were made without much input on his part - so he has released several new versions throughout the years. The version I linked to is a 1984 re-recording that Paul McCartney and George Martin worked on for McCartney's film Give My Regards to Broad Street.
I myself like both versions. The two things I find really cool about the Broad Street version are that it involves George Martin (who produced all Beatles albums except for Let It Be) and how nuanced the orchestration is. I also particularly enjoy the warm, jazzy touch that the song has. It's different from the original for sure, but it's a nice sort of different.
I have been unable for about a week now to stop myself from returning to Minami's "Crying for Rain.". It's so full of anger, it has such good notes which just transition into raw, pained screams.
Though, because of that, I've been getting into Minami's songs in general lately. It's not as good as the above one, but "Lilac" is another solid pick from her (and one I even convinced Raregold to listen to, because of the name, which is a rare thing). I don't feel as strongly about "Hollowness" as a song, but it has neat accompanying music video which also gives me some fun Celeste vibes.