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We used to have this thread on the old forum, for some reason it went back and forth between the 'Other Bands' sections and the 'Genesis' section, which caused some amount of confusion - let's use this one for any music.
So I'll start:
"Annie are you walking with your turtles, are you walking Annie?"
(Michael Jackson - Smooth Criminal)
"Hey Andy did you hear about the swan?"
(R.E.M. - Man in the Moon)
"Relax! Come to West!"
(Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Relax)
I have to add a note to this one, there's a story behind I mentioned years ago on the old forum:
I had this song on a cassette when I was a little kid and as soon as I got my first English lessons at school (being a non-native speaker) I swear I heard them sing "Relax, come to West, don't you wanna *mumble mumble* come to West?" I really believed this was some Cold War themed phrase, "the Western world is so much more awesome", something like that. So I was really surprised when I first read in a rock encyclopedia about the real content of that song. Homosexuality? I listened again and I heard it as "Relax, come to wet". Until much later in the internet days I saw it's actually "Relax, don't do it".
Also, as a non-native English speaker, "The Battle of Epping Forest" had a surprising number of German sounding bits. Right before the Reverend part begins, Phil and Peter sing something that appears to be just "lalala" - I heard it as "Oh Liebling!" ("oh darling!"). The first two words of "Georgie moves in on the outside left" made my brain understand something which translates as "idioty mousse".
And of course, always remember
"The seat bunny!"
(Phil talking to the audience on Seconds Out, first few seconds of The Lamb)