Loving the comments about Tired of Waiting for You - one of the first really great "beautiful" Ray Davies compositions. And that it has three distinctly different (and great!) sections makes it a wonderful slice of pure pop songwriting. I first heard it on my gateway album "The Kinks' Greatest Hits" LP on Reprise, with that cavernous reverb added for the fake stereo mix. Somehow IMHO the reverb makes the song even more poignant and emotional. The live version on the Kelvin Hall LP is fantastic too - slowed WAYYYY down, it has even more beauty. I'm surprised that no one has mentioned the similarity between Come on Now and the 13th Floor Elevators' "repurposing" of the riff for their song Tried to Hide. Here's the original single version, with harmonica: garage rock ahoy!