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I also laugh at how people try to explain the meaning of these songs, as this song and the other three I have mentioned can be interpreted as the artist simply killed someone then wrote a song about it.Songwriters rarely write songs about them being defeated, but they tend to become powerful compositions because of the passion the artist has behind the meaning.After reading many comments on the songs meaning, as a songwriter, I can tell you the majority of songwriters are just happy to find a great riff and melody for a song, and finish it.
In almost any situation, people will take every opportunity that propels them to an advantage. Contrary to what is printed about this song and it's origins, it was inspired by Mike Oldfield and Collin's time working with him on his QE2 album.This song utilizes a drum machine and vocoder, mellow synth pads and bold drum rolls, all traits of Oldfield's music.Just as his ex-band members and ex-wife have said about his inconsistent claims, the proof lay in the song itself. Collins released this song three months later, in Jan 1981.Earlier in 1981 on February 1st the song peaked at #2 on the United Kingdom's Singles chart, the week it was at #2, the #1 record for that week was "Woman" by John Lennon...Between 19 he had, as a solo artist, twenty-six Top 100 records; fourteen made the Top 10 with seven reaching #1, he just missed having a eighth #1 record when "Easy Lover", a duet with Philip Bailey, peaked at #2 in 1985...* Other acts that appeared at the concert were Sting, Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Donovan, and Bob Geldof.