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There still lives this guy named "Geddy"
Whose bassing cannot be called petty,
When the candles he blows
Snuff under his nose
He'll shrill and sing "Cake me, I'm ready!"
Happy 49th birthday to the one, the only Geddy Lee!
Put on a Rush CD
Watch a baseball game in his honour
Learn the words to "O Canada"
Get a nose job
---- It don't matter, baby!
07-29-2002, 02:58 PM
Would you happen to know if tickets are on sale in Denver yet?
There once was a guy named Pearty
Who played with a bassist named Geddy
No one could beat his velocity
With a drum kit that is not a monstrosity
Pearty is pretty steady and ready.
Just messin' around. smile.
Yep, I think all the tickets are on sale for the remaining shows. Check out rush.com for info.
Speaking of Pearty, 28 years ago today, he joined the band!
07-29-2002, 07:51 PM
can't play jazz.
07-29-2002, 10:24 PM
Thanks, Kev. I checked it out!
Gen (Geez, everyone calls you that now): Love that lava lamp. hahahahaha. Remember the the fiber optics lights that looked like Andy Warhol's head on speed?
07-30-2002, 02:16 PM
<--------------------- is afraid of geddy lee
Originally posted by Genevive
Haha! Clever! ;)
Ahhh Tanbar, whassamatta sugah? Geddy Lee brings truth and understanding... wit and wisdom fair... precious gifts beyond compare!
...okay <gulp> he scares me too. He looks like a vulture; he'll pick my bones dry!
07-31-2002, 01:07 AM
[QUOTE]Originally posted by hypatiamarshall
[B]Would you happen to know if tickets are on sale in Denver yet?
You may want to expedite your purchase if you are planning to go. I bought mine the day they went on sale and the best I could get was near the front of section 204 at Fiddlers's Quiet Residential Zone. I hope Rush SEVERELY violates the noise restrictions.
Upcoming birthdays -
"Lerxst" Lifeson - August 27 (49)
"Professor" Peart - September 12 (The Big 5-0!!)
07-31-2002, 02:03 AM
Hey, everyone, I have a question. Let me preface this by saying beauty is skin deep. I think Peart is extremely talented, probably the best percussionist I have ever known. But, did something happened to his face? In many of his photographs, he seems to have either scars, a skin condition, or really baggy eyes. His latest "photo" on their website, shows him with a "clearer" face. Is he getting enough sleep? I was just wondering if anyone can answer this for me?
I dunno, Jan. But knowing what he's been through the past few years; I'm surprised he's still alive!
08-02-2002, 02:27 PM
haha...rush is great!!
i remember back in may when vapor trails first came out and this kid from our drumline got the cd and let me listen to it. he shows me the booklets and he's like "whoa...rush got wrinkles"
but they still put on one heck of a show!! saw them july 14th at tweeter...great stuff!! i loved it!!!
my inaugural song in my car's cd player will be "red barchetta" or "driven" (i'm a stupid rush nut...lol!!)
and neil man...he looks f-in serious when he plays...it's almost scary!
"Geddy Lee brings truth and understanding... wit and wisdom fair... precious gifts beyond compare!" - kev...yah...but remember that those are the professor's words he presents...lol
have some fun!
08-02-2002, 02:28 PM
kev...you've watched orgasmo haven't you?? lol!!
yo-yo home-skillet. I seen orgazmo before. Now you bettah check yo'self befo- you wriggidy wreck yoself!!!!
08-03-2002, 12:46 AM
yo man...i'm not talking bad about the deal...i think the movie's funny...lol!
08-12-2002, 11:10 PM
As a HUGE Rush fan I have to say that Ged is HOT.... : )
11-02-2004, 07:38 PM
cool poem :D
11-06-2004, 08:56 PM
geddy is hot...in that older-man, big-nosed sort of way.
i'm only 21...i'm allowed to say he's older. ha!
speaking of...i'm wearing my r30 shirt that i bought at the show on aug 4th.
they still kick rear!
11-17-2004, 07:11 PM
There once was a man named Geddy,
who thought that Rush was rock steady,
until one day he heard,
he looked like a bird,
and chopped off his beak. Poor ol' Geddy!
I LOVE Rush and if I could have alone time with Alex....muhahahahahaaaa!
01-28-2005, 06:44 AM
There once was a drummer called Neil
Who could flare and groove with such feel
He wrote about Trees
And mental disease
While travelling the world by wheel.
01-28-2005, 07:18 AM
There once was a man named Geddy
Whose voice was high-pitched and heady
He played bass and sang prose
Though a magnificent nose
And dreamed of a Red Barchetti *
(* Barchetta does not rhyme with Geddy)
Young Alex loved curry with spice on
and thought he would box like Mike Tyson!
But more fun by far
was to play the guitar
though his daddy said "STOP!!! Get a life, son!!!"
01-28-2005, 05:06 PM
geddy jams....I will never forget the signals show at radio city music hall when thay played COUNTDOWN ...............unbeleavable,fantastic,powerful,ama zing.:worm:
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