"Owner of a Lonely Heart" was actually the work of the band's guitarist and other vocalist at the time, Trevor Rabin. Anderson may have sung the lead vocal on it, but it's not his work. For some reason though, in 1998, he re-recorded it for an odd compilation album called, Yes, Friends and Relatives. The results of it are...unique.
Somehow Anderson managed to change a classic rock standard into a dance/pop song; something even more insane when you consider Anderson's solo career is so far away from this kind of material, it's doubtful he even knows that dance music is. But here it is, "Owner of a Lonely Heart" with all the production you'd need for a '90s dance mix.
I'll stick to the original, but at least you know have documentation of this...oddity in the Yes canon.