"The Day The Light Went Out", the B-Side to "Many, Too Many", also available in Genesis: 1976-1982. See also: The End of the World as We Know It.
When they went to bed that night no one would have believed
That in the morning, light would not be there
The dark hung heavy on the air like the grip of a jealous man
No place was there known to have been spared
Then panic took control of minds and fear hit everyone
The day the light went out of the daytime sky.
"The Knife", about a soon-to-be dictator rallying his followers.
I'll give you the names of those you must kill
All must die with their children
Carry their heads to the palace of old
Hang them high, let the blood flow
Now, in this ugly world
Break all the chains around us
Now, the crusade has begun
Give us a land fit for heroes, NOW!
- The remastered edition for the 2007 Tour Edition of Turn It On Again: The Hits manages to be even worse, with Gabriel's voice now distorted in a way that sounds as though he's talking through a megaphone as he says the following:
Some of you are going to die... martyrs, of course, to the freedom that I shall proviiiiiiide!
- The ending: "We have woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooonnnn!!!"