Another 2.5 minute tune, but much more aggressive than Big Leg Emma. The vocals are sour, strained, fed up, while remaining nearly monotonic. The harmony is straight rock-n-roll, with the exception of chords that sound as though they’ve been played on a harpsichord (or some approximation thereof).
Zappa takes one of his many distortion-laden guitar solos in the middle section — it’s not as rhythmically interesting as some of his later work would become, but his speed and precision is easily apparent.
The song includes a fake-out ending, before bubbling emotions return a renewed chorus to the fore, spinning out with babbling vocals and an electric guitar line.