I too am a proud member of that league of unfortunates who lack the capacity to ignore certain facts, and who are, as the Record Collector reviewer put it, "overawed" by the reality of existence: where we are and how we got here. So, I'm always game for a Ray song expressive of some existential angst, and I number him among our compatriots. When reviewing Low Budget carefully for our discussion, I was pleased to find two specimens of this sort unexpectedly hiding in plain sight on side 2 of Low Budget: In a Space and Moving Pictures. I really enjoy the in it/infinite rhyme here: Thinkin' about the world And all the people in it And I'm staring at the stars And into the infinite The way Ray stresses the second syllable of infinite creates a clever rhyme, and getting the same sound from two words and then a single word lends adds a more little spice to it; in addition, the meanings work nicely together (the infinite includes everything that is, so by definition if you exist, you are in it). That clean and crispy "init" rhyme also balances the less conspicuous "orrr/airrr/arrr" rhyming in the opposing verses (world/staring/stars). Finally the "it" sound ties nicely to the alliteration in the previous line (staring, stars).