Along with Village Green
's closing track "People Take Pictures of Each Other," this song uses photography to drive home the album's concept about holding onto and appreciating the past. "There's more value in an old picture than there is now on iPhones," Ray Davies told Rolling Stone in 2018
. "I know a guy. He's homeless and I chat with him sometimes in the street. He's got a picture of his family in his pocket, and he's always got a picture with him, he says, 'For when things get really low'" (pause) "It's all gotten cheaper because of iPhones."