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"A Passage to Bangkok" is the second song on Rush's album, 2112. Released in 1976, the song follows the album's title song 2112. The song opens with a driving guitar riff that appears throughout the song. The song's lyrics have been interpreted as relating to marijuana, as the song references places such as Colombia, Mexico, Cambodia, Jamaica, Morocco, Thailand, Afghanistan, "golden acapulco nights" (a possible reference to Acapulco gold), Nepal, and Lebanon. Many fans believe the song tells a story… read more


Our first stop is in Bogotà
To check Columbian fields
The natives smile and pass along
A sample of their yield

Sweet Jamaican pipe dreams

Rush - A Passage to Bangkok Lyrics


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