only other song, barely perceptible, in Laura's soundtrack is J.
Fred Coots' "You
Go to my Head," a song with a similar mix of a hallucinatory image
of the absent lover, the lover's embodiment in sound, and ultimate unattainability:
"You go to my head/ and you linger like a haunting refrain/ and I find
you spinning 'round in my brain/ like the bubbles in a glass of champagne
. . .")