The gorgeous string-laden acoustic ballad 'Daydream,' sung by then-bassist D'arcy Wretzky, seems to close out the Smashing Pumpkins' 1991 debut, 'Gish,' but it's actually a 30-second ditty titled 'I'm Going Crazy' that ends the album. The unlisted surprise launches about 10 seconds after the conclusion of 'Daydream' and basically amounts to frontman Billy Corgan singing about a descent into madness, repeating the line "I'm going crazy" several times over tambourine and fuzzy guitar.