Rush - Time Stand Still

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Sami Turunen : When your mom buys you a greenscreen

Splitty : This video is so funny to watch, but the song is so damn good that it doesn't matter

Mark Carranza : Summer of 88. I was 16. Listening to this, thinking my life would never get better. Thinking about suicide. The lyrics just touched me in such a deep level. I remember watching a lightning storm one summer night at the pool in the back of the neighborhood in Lexington Woods in Spring, TX. It was because of this song, and the lyrics that felt so close to my feelings at the time, that I chose to see another day. Thank you, Rush, for that one small beacon of light, that kept me going to the next day, and the next, and the next....

sam gif : Which Sega CD game is this?

Scott Baldwin : This isn't special effects, Rush really can fly

ETHN Salinas-PLT : I love this song with all my heart and soul but god damn this video sucks donkey bars.

Dan B : Til Tuesday singer Aimee Mann is featured in the song and video. Her and Geddy’s voice blended well for these vocals.

fuud : Geddy's worst haircut.

David Niles Jr : Not gonna lie, I love this song! I don't care if some Rush fans don't like it, its awesome, it rocks, and its Rush!

paulsak59 : Aimee Mann's voice was perfection

FUNERAL BILL II : Aimee Mann!! She somehow still looks like she did when she was singing for 'Til Tuesday to this very day!! What a voice!!

ckrolak : The 1980s was a turbulent decade for me, personally. The music of Rush helped me get through it. Sometimes I wonder if bands ever truly realize the effect their music has on their fans.

robert glenn : The most perfect trio in history

Robert Clark : The end. They stopped live and all looked behind. This is them showing time passed. Love rush. Neil was my mentor.

EYTPS : Goodbye Rush, we'll all miss ya

Felipe Jardim : The worst display of green screen effects over the most awesome period correct soundtrack

Go-go Akins : Rush is the original time traveling trio. Rush still kicks ass after all these years. Live long and prosper rush fans

WasteOfResources : We have a greenscreen and we're not afraid to use it.

Michael Faraday : Rush are actually levitating here its not a trick, they are that advanced spiritually.

Robert Bermudez : Maybe the finest lyrics Peart even wrote and that is saying something

William David : I turn my back to the wind To catch my breath, Before I start off again Driven on, Without a moment to spend To pass an evening With a drink and a friend I let my skin get too thin I'd like to pause, No matter what I pretend Like some pilgrim Who learns to transcend Learns to live As if each step was the end Time stand still I'm not looking back But I want to look around me now Time stands still See more of the people And the places that surround me now Time stands still Freeze this moment A little bit longer Make each sensation A little bit stronger Experience slips away  Experience slips away Time stands still I turn my face to the sun Close my eyes, Let my defenses down All those wounds That I can't get unwound I let my past go too fast No time to pause If I could slow it all down Like some captain, Whose ship runs aground I can wait until the tide comes around Time stand still I'm not looking back But I want to look around me now Time stands still See more of the people And the places that surround me now Freeze this moment A little bit longer Make each sensation A little bit stronger Make each impression A little bit stronger Freeze this motion A little bit longer The innocence slips away The innocence slips away Time stands still Time stands still I'm not looking back But I want to look around me now See more of the people And the places that surround me now Time stands still Summer's going fast Nights growing colder Children growing up Old friends growing older Freeze this moment A little bit longer Make each sensation A little bit stronger Experience slips away  Experience slips away  The innocence slips away

santino settimo : Quit bitching about the video quality. It was 1987.

Rachel Shaskin : When my mom hears this song, she's in tears. When I see this video, I am also in tears, but for different reasons.

Kerry Flowers : This song is SO awesomely deep that I'd have expected a much different video. Some videos simply need to reflect the lyrical content, which this vid does not do. A montage of past to present, childhood to adulthood, (and yes, with some "touching", sorrowful scenes) would have been much better. BUT, as "cheesy" as the vid is, it doesn't diminish the beauty, poignance, and keen insight of this amazing song!...

TalkShowHost : Neil Pearl's lyrics are some of the best in rock. Certainly better than more popular bands at the time and since. Yes, the green is screen is cheesy, but there is nothing that can ruin this song for me (other than geddy's voice now :(

Son Goku : this music video is fucking hilarious

MKultra 2112 : What a master piece, can't say the same for the music video though

mmaaat123 : Time isn't the only thing that needs to stand still

HDTV Guys : I forgot how damn good this song is!

Dicky And Troy : Amy Mann? (camera lady)

Eric Rymer : looks like Tom Hanks on drums

Lilah Corbin : i love them so much

DallasHammster : There were no green screens, computer animation, or high wires used at any point of this video. When the music started, the members of Rush just started floating around. They are simply that awesome.

Chuck Layton : Wow, I had no idea Amie Mann sang in this song!

darren ricker : Rush absolutely mesmerized me musically as a youth as well as now. The synchronicity. The poetry. The passion. The last band with complete control over their musical content from the 60"s genre. Music has really sucked since then with a few exceptions of course. I can't even listen to FM radio anymore. Even country music (supposed to be earthy and from the heart) has plunged into the vulgarity and sickness of pop cultures robotical, Orwellian driven, mind numbed beat of servitude.

Seth Taylor : perfect band, perfect song for new years! 2017 was good hope 2018 even better for everyone!!

Tommy Pwood : time is going by faster......tom petty recently gone. scary

Your real dad : I guess their idea of special effects were moving pictures... eh? eh? e-... ok...

Jrav Jr : I didn't know Aimee Mann did some backup vocals in this???!!!! Awesome

Quoodle : I've found my new favorite music video.

chris kehoe : rush is a way of life...timeless...a grammy...lol...cult following...order of canada...bieber has a grammy...this under rated crap...3 prodigies...3 wise kings...3 monster musicians....3 high priests...lol

Camulink : Always like the idea of this song... always will. Aimee (Mann) was perfect for it, she thought it was pretty (its been over 30 years since then, she sings "The Scientist" , so well.. b/c its right from the heart...

MurphyMonster : This isn't studio trickery, Neil Peart can actually levitate

Dan Bogatz : Is there anything Canadians can't do? Levitation, Hockey, and universal healthcare....our neighbors to the north truly do have some cool shit up there.

Angel Messtanoffski : Rush didn't add a 4th member to the group. That's 'Til Tuesday singer Aimee Mann (Known for the song "Voices Carry" and later the wife of singer Michael Penn!). Rush called her and asked if she wanted to sing on a Rush song. She agreed. Everyone involved had a good time. To my knowledge, this is the only time in Rush's history that someone outside of the band was involved with them on record!

much love : The video is great. It shows the musicians playing and having fun. Also shows their goofy personalities, fits the song showing places that surrounded them...

John Hardesty : That's Neil Peart hammering, never tinkering! One of the greatest!

Evangelos Killer mike : The best song ever,that's a fact.

UrbanExplorer1000 : This is actually my favorite Rush song. It makes me nostalgic for my life especially when I was in college. It somehow captures feelings and emotions that are long gone. They don't make music like this anymore thats for sure

1hugeturdsundae : Rush was never an"MTV Generation" band, as their music was what captivated fans throughout their history. This video, a horrible one, is one of the worst of all. The music is the main catalyst all three emphasized upon with the listener taking in to the personal intuition of how they perceive the sound they created, and the polarizing effect it displayed . In my opinion, it makes for great music... No video, just music. An outstanding band of our time.