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Cover of Archive 1967-1975 (disc 3)

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  • Coolbutlame

    Dude, this isn't the worst song on Selling England, that's easily a reward saved for I Know What I Like.

    18 Nov 5:27am Reply
  • Bataller

    Side A of 'Selling England' is perfection, and this song is a huge reason for it. It's a gorgeous coda that holds up as a great song in its own right. You definitely don't need to listen to it in context to enjoy it, and that's a hard thing to find in the world of progressive rock.

    13 Nov 10:19pm Reply
  • elf-culture

    this song is so pretty I love it so much

    31 Aug 11:49pm Reply
  • Reggie_Smith

    One of my most prized LPs. I even went out and bought the CD just to help preserve it. (The CD doesn't have the same bass as the LP. Perhaps it's my cartridge?)

    8 Jul 5:29am Reply
  • rockandrolljoe

    Because you never said goodbye.

    1 Feb 11:19pm Reply
  • Philbitar

    Always loved this track. Beautiful

    30 Jan 11:23am Reply
  • mauesndkj

    Such an underrated great track. One of my favourites

    30 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Tulcon

    This song works very nice as an interlude between two epic tracks and captures the overall gentle, pastoral mood of the album. But by itself it doesn't amount to very much.

    7 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Bequeathed

    Actually one of my favorites on the album.

    12 Aug 2013 Reply
  • k_naruchiha94

    Sweet song on that awesome album

    27 Feb 2013 Reply
  • juantik

    "Worst song on that awesome album." LOL NO

    6 Jan 2013 Reply
  • TiagoVentura

    believe me, it is so true.

    21 Dec 2012 Reply
  • amaroK_usr

    A sign of things to come, for better or worse :P

    1 Oct 2012 Reply
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    25 Nov 2011 Reply
  • scientist4u

    A beautiful song , Excellent ,, !!

    7 Nov 2011 Reply
  • BamBino1951

    I saw Phil do this live on the 'Selling England by the Pound' tour in Miami, Fla. in the early seventies when Peter Gabriel was taking a break after one of his theatrical masterpieces in one of the greatist concerts that I attended. But God does cut suck, especially live.

    6 Oct 2011 Reply
  • Angelina56

    The sound keeps stopping on my computer..... Lost you once again!!! Sad song.

    6 Aug 2011 Reply
  • BurningRemnant

    Yes technically the worst song on this masterpiece, but I'd say another way: least exceptional. because this is a great little song. It just happens to be the simplest song and it's sung by Phil Collins

    19 Jul 2011 Reply
  • mandryka

    Not that bad of a song if you ask me. Not the peak on the SEBTP album, but pleasant nonetheless. And correct me if I'm wrong... but one would have been hard pressed AT THE TIME to guess that Genesis would turn into a pop group 8 years later or so! So don't blame it too much on Collins, even though most of his subsequent output (with Genesis or solo) was much on the wrong side of mainstream, so to say...

    17 May 2011 Reply
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