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Tom Sawyer is the 1st song off of Rush's Moving Pictures album in 1981. It is one of their biggest hits and has been included on every greatest hit album except the ones from the 70's and Permanent Waves. It has also been included on every tour since its release. It peaked at #44 on the Billboard Hot 100 and at #8 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart. It can be heard often on Hard Rock Radio. In 2009 it was the 19th most popular rock song on VH1's 100 Greatest Rock Songs. In March 2010, it was one of five Rush songs inducted in the Canadian Songwritters Hall Of Fame.

In Brazil, it replaced the original theme of the television series MacGyver.



Track Listing (U.S. version)Edit

Music by Lee/ Lifeson. Lyrics by Peart except were noted.

No. Title Length

  1. Tom Sawyer (Peart and Dubois) 4:33
  2. Witch Hunt 4:43


Track Listing (U.K. version)Edit

Music by Lee/ Lifeson. Lyrics by Peart except were noted.

No. Title Length

  1. Tom Sawyer (Peart and Dubois) 4:33
  2. A Passage To Bangkok 3:34



PersonnelEdit

  • Geddy Lee- Bass Guitar, Bass Pedals, Keyboards, Vocals
  • Alex Lifeson- Electric and Acoustic Guitars
  • Neil Peart- Drums, Percussion

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