David Cook is taking on "Music of the Night," which Webber says is one of the most sensual songs he's ever written, and that if David really gets into, "maybe he'll pull it off." He performs, and I really don't think his voice has enough depth for this song. Maybe I've heard the soundtrack too many times, but he's a little too quiet with it except for one big note in the middle, and the rock-ballad note he pulled at the end was just kind of annoying after such a traditional take on the rest of the song. Randy says it was an amazing vocal and calls it "another molten hot bomb." Paula says it proves he's well-rounded as an artist, and she thought it was fantastic. Simon says he made the most of it, but it wasn't his style. Still, "you were good," he closes.