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Ghost of a Chance (Rush song)

"Ghost of a Chance"
B-side Dreamline
Released April 1992
Recorded 1991
Genre Progressive rock
Length 18:59 (UK / German release)
Label Anthem Records (Canada)
Mercury Records
Writer(s) Neil Peart Geddy Lee Alex Lifeson
Producer Rupert Hine, Rush
Rush singles chronology

"Roll the Bones"
(1991)
"Ghost of a Chance"
(1992)
"Bravado"
(1992)

"Ghost of a Chance" is the third single from Rush's 1991 album Roll the Bones. The single peaked at #2 on the U.S. Mainstream Rock chart. The lyrics focus on finding love, and as its strength over any other force.

The song has rarely been played in live shows; it was most recently featured on the 2008 leg of the Snakes & Arrows Tour.

Track listing

Music by Lee and Lifeson; Lyrics by Peart.

US release:

  1. Ghost of a Chance (Edit) - 4:25
  2. Ghost of a Chance - 5:19

UK / German release:

  1. Ghost of a Chance - 5:19
  2. Dreamline - 4:38
  3. Chain Lightning - 4:33 [only on CD]
  4. Red Tide - 4:29 [only on CD]

External links

  • http://www.metal-archives.com/
  • http://991.com/buy/productinformation.aspx?StockNumber=3737
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