Also, I prefer the 7/02 version of Mad Kow that came from the Early Album 5 demos, the piano works really well in that song and I feel the SS2K arrangement feels real sparse without it. O Girl however is perfect, it has intricate harmonies, a duelling guitar solo, lyrics which suggest emotional depth ("Oh girl, I thought you a flirt and too shallow to get hurt. But now, I see in your eyes the pain that can't be just lies. You're like me."), all secured in a perfectly structured and concise pop experience. O Girl is the You Gave Your Love To Me Softly of the Green era and it's a damn shame it never saw studio work, because with the stellar harmonies the live version of O Girl suggests I could easily see it eclipsing near everything the band's done Post-Pinkerton.