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Nature has some new plague
To run in our streets
History some new wrinkle
We are doomed to repeatFugitives at the bedroom door
Lovers pause to find an open store
Rain is burning on the forest floor
And the red tide kisses the shoreThis is not a false alarm
This is not a testStay out of the sun
It only burns my skin
Sky full of poison
And the atmosphere's too thinBless the sun, rain no more
River running like an open sore
Black wind falling to the ocean floor
And the red tide washes ashoreThis is not a false alarm
This is not a testNowhere we can fly away
Nowhere we can rest
The party is disrupted by
An uninvited guestDeadline approaches
For the weary land
It used to be something
But we let it run down in our handsToo late for debate, too bad to ignore
Quiet rebellion leads to open war
Bring a sea change to the factory floor
As the red tide covers the shoreNow is the time to turn the tide
Now is the time to fight
Let us not go gently
To the endless winter nightNow is the time to make the time
Hope is still in sight
Let us not go gently
To the endless winter night
Let us not go gently
To the endless winter nightThis is not a false alarm
This is not a testNowhere we can fly away
Nowhere we can rest
Let us not go gently
To the endless winter nightLet us not go gently
To the endless winter night
Let us not go gently
To the endless winter nightAnd the red tide kisses the shore
And the red tide kisses the shore
And the red tide kisses the shore
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Rush is a progressive rock band which formed in Willowdale, Ontario, Canada in 1968. The band currently performs with the lineup of Geddy Lee (vocals, bass, keyboards), Alex Lifeson (guitar) and Neil Peart (drums). John Rutsey was the original drummer, later replaced by Neil Peart in 1974, shortly after the release of their first album, and three weeks before their first American tour. Neil Peart also became the band’s lyricist, and wrote the words for many of the band’s best known songs. As a group, Rush possesses 24 gold records and 14 platinum (3 multi-platinum) records.

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