The tenth track “You” has a very Doors-like character to it, with the subtle use of an electric piano in the rhythm section and an upbeat tempo it seems to move effortlessly from verse to chorus without needing too many dramatic changes. The lyrics in the verses seem to suggest an air of dejection and it’s hard not to let this mood continue on into the bridge and chorus. One can only speculate as to whether the chorus is meant to be interpreted as cynicism or just blatant sarcasm. No explanation of this was forthcoming – when asked about this track Ivan responded with a shrug of the shoulders and the remark “It is what it is”. The beauty is in the choice of instruments, the wonderfully placed electric piano solo and a harpsichord track that gives it a distinctly 60’s vibe. The track finishes with an almost mantra like repetitiveness that ends in a whisper followed by the sound of a thunderstorm.