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Finding My Way

"Finding My Way"
Released August 1974
Recorded 1973
Genre Hard rock, heavy metal
Length 5:07, 2:55 (Single version)

Moon Records

Anthem/Mercury Records
Writer(s) Alex Lifeson
Geddy Lee
Producer Rush
Rush singles chronology

"Not Fade Away"
"Finding My Way"
"In the Mood"

Finding My Way is the first song on Rush's album Rush. It is five minutes and seven seconds long and in 4/4 time. The song was written by singer/bassist Geddy Lee and guitarist Alex Lifeson. This song was played live often during the 1970s, usually as a part of a medley, a good example of which can be found on the All the World's a Stage album, paired with "Working Man" and Neil Peart's drum solo.

The song was only played in its entirety on two later tours: during the Grace Under Pressure tour in 1984 and the Power Windows warm-up tour in 1985 - both times as an encore. It was also part of an encore medley on the Roll The Bones tour in 1992, and most recently, again in a medley, as the opener for Rush's 2004 R30: 30th Anniversary Tour, where it was part of the "R30 Overture".

See also

  • List of Rush songs
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