With it came a sudden wave of homesickness for Ogunquit, for the ocean, for the good Maine hills and pines. For no reason at all she suddenly thought of Gus, the parking lot attendant at the Ogunquit public beach, and for a moment she thought her heart would break with loss and sorrow. <...> One sob escaped her and it sounded so terrified and lonely that she clapped both hands over her mouth for the second time that day. No more, Frannie old kid old sock. Source: The Stand by Stephen King Context: Frannie broke into Harold house and while she exploring the rumpus room, she felt nostalgic. She was reminiscent of her hometown. Does the bolded expression refer to Eric Clapton's album title Old Sock or more to the slang archaic term 'Old Socks' as an informal way to address a man? Here's what follows the above citation: You don’t get over anything this big so quickly. A little at a time. Thank you.