Oh hey, I'm back! "Lola" is a great album filled with wonderful songs & some of my favorite moments in the Kinks catalog. OK, now on to "Percy." My only copy of this album is on disc 2 of the 2014 "Lola" deluxe edition. "God's Children" - My thoughts are the same as the others here. It's a gorgeous song hidden on a neglected soundtrack album. An instant singalong that speaks to many. In some ways it doesn't work as an album opener, but in other days it really does. I do often forget about this track, if I'm being honest. When I think of "Percy" I mainly think of "The Way Love Used to Be" and all the disappointing filler. We'll see what this re-evaluation does for me. "Lola (instrumental)" - My main issue with this is its length. It sounds good, but the drums are the most rocking part of it. I'm fine with it as an alternate take on the song. I wouldn't seek it out, but if I'm playing "Percy" I'm not skipping it (because I don't skip tracks). "The Way Love Used To Be" - Another wonderful song. I love the strings on this. I think it was a great idea to include this and "Time Song" in the VGPS box set as they fit the vibe of that album and it will hopefully give the track more exposure. The song is just really sweet. A nice sentiment and a gentle delivery. Unlike "Lola (instrumental)," I wish it were longer.