Club was positive in his review, stating that the "chugging" chorus and composition "should ring across dance floors for years to come[ As the song fades, Madonna is in her red kimono walking and laughing towards the camera and then the screen rapidly fades to black.
Chainani from The Crimson was positive in his review, stating, "The video is deliciously subversive. No matter how much is going on, the real important things are always there shining the brightest.
Nothing really matters now, nothing really matters but you. Promis from AllMusic believed the single's lack of charting success in North America was due "to the terrible timing of the single's release, which was much after radio and club airplay had peaked.
Lyrically I wanted it to feel like I was rattling off excuses to procrastinate. Of course not.
As a result, Madonna did not want him to produce the track. This scene carries on through the rest of the song.