That's a novel way of looking at it. In that case, "Rainy Days and Mondays" is a premium loose leaf Darjeeling, and "Druscilla Penny" is a Lipton teabag!I definitely had to warm up to the song, but now I almost never skip it. Songs on any album I like to refer to as "cups of tea". Not every song is everybody's cup of tea. People love "Rainy Days and Mondays" across the board because its flavor is agreeable. A song like "Druscilla Penny" or albums like "Hush" or "MIA" are a more obscure flavor that some people like and some people don't. That's what makes forums -- and life in general -- all the more interesting!