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Firth of Fifth (10:11)

One of the best loved and most recognizable tunes of Gabriel-area Genesis, Firth of Fifth first appeared on 1973's "Selling England by the Pound". Written by keyboard player Tony Banks, it features a very elaborate piano intro and a lengthy instrumental middle piece consisting of a flute solo, a synth variation on the opening theme, and a "violinesque" guitar solo by Steve Hackett that recalls the flute bit. The song…

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The path is clear though no eyes can see
The course laid down long before
And so with Gods and men, the sheep remain inside their pen
Though many times they've seen the way to leave

Genesis - Firth of Fifth Lyrics


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