"Something For Nothing" is the sixth and final song on Rush's album, 2112.
Neil Peart states: "All those paeans to American restlessness and the American road carried a tinge of wistfulness, an acknowledgment of the hardships of the vagrant life, the notion that wanderlust could be involuntary, exile as much as freedom, and indeed, the understanding that freedom wasn't free. In the mid-'70s, the band was driving to a…
Waiting for the winds of change
To sweep the clouds away
Waiting for the rainbow's end
To cast its gold your way