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“Freewill” (Sometimes written as “Free Will”) is the second track on progressive rock band Rush’s 1980 album Permanent Waves. It is written by Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson with lyrics by Neil Peart. The song’s lyrics deal with the subject of free will, emphasizing that free will is not a gift but rather a choice; explaining that Man can attempt to evade the fact that he must choose, but that evasion is itself a choice. Geddy Lee has stated that the end part of “Freewill” is at the highest part of his vocal range. Read on...

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More songs by Rush (See Charts): Something For Nothing, Turn The Page, Ghost Of A Chance, Chemistry, The Big Money, Bravado, Digital Man, Distant Early Warning, Making Memories, and The Twilight Zone.

Popular in Progressive Rock (See Charts): Comfortably Numb, Have A Cigar, Money, Echoes, Aqualung, Roundabout, Close To The Edge, Schism, In The Court Of The Crimson King, and High Hopes.


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