Best Peter Gabriel Songs
Solsbury Hill is the best song ever sang by Peter Gabriel.
Should be number 1 all the way!
This is one of the greatest songs of all time! Should for sure be number 1!
Should defiantly be number 1 for his solo songs.
Agreed. Amazing. Song is just amazing
Wildly creative, seemingly out of nowhere given that it sounds like no song he created prior. This is the song - and by extension the album - that he intuitively knew he had in him when he left Genesis and would not be able to birth while with Genesis. His first two solo albums were really exercises in shedding Genesis...
"If looks could kill, they probably will"
Peter Gabriel is a genius
Great song, should be number #1
In My Top 100 songs of all time.
The song that really changed his career
The best song of all time #1 in my book!
This song reminds me of Claudio Castagnoli
Classic, no doubt.
One of the song, that returns me to normal life, when everything falls on me and I can't go futher.
One of his very best, has to be top 3 for me
Should have been the first single from the Up album. Truly beautiful song.
Underrated masterpiece, listening to it right now
Digging in the Dirt and That Voice Again are two underrated PG songs
Great song and the glamour of the 80’s was great
By far one of the most under-rated songs of all time - original album version was good... but version from "Shaking the Tree: 16 Golden Greats", utterly brilliant. So simple, serene, yet also deep, powerful, just amazing.
Extremely emotional and meaningful. It's a strong ending to the car album and one of those stand out songs. Just BEAUTIFUL.
Masterpiece. Great lyrics. Check out Natalie Merchants version on YouTube
This my pick for the most underrated Peter Gabriel song of all time. Imagine if the best elements of "Biko" and "Don't Give Up" were combined in one song. "Wallflower" would be the result. It has some of the most powerful lyrics in Peter Gabriel's entire career, and the music matches the tone perfectly.
One of those songs that comes back to haunt me every now and then, but in the best way. Beautiful, melancholy, and strangely heartwarming? How a song like this can be on the same album as Sledgehammer, demonstrates Gabriel's genius
How is not already on here?!?! It's a terrific song!
A great song should easily be in the top ten!