“The opening riff is so typical of something I would write, and the verses sound like something Geddy would write. That’s one of the things about knowing each other so well: we fill in the spaces for the other guy as we go along. I believe that Geddy wrote the chorus part, as well.
“It was another song that came together very smoothly, like most of the record, with the exception of The Camera Eye. Even though it’s a dynamic song with such a sense of optimism, there’s a fragility in the choruses that I’ve always liked. I love the contrast.
“I’ve always maintained that the solo is probably my favorite of anything I’ve ever done. If you can create a visual from a sonic standpoint, that’s really an art. The song has it, as does the solo.”