For the Good of the Nation
This song surfaced in 1981, on the live LP to which it gives its name, but has not been documented before or since. The text satirises the idea that the poor should be more worried about the country's economic woes than their own, and that they should want to "pull together" to prop it up. With a catchy chorus, and entertaining lyrics, it was a good choice to open the live portion of the LP, and Leon draws input from the audience.
Version 1 (1981) Live version