|Single by Rush|
|from the album Counterparts|
|Label||Anthem Records (Canada)
|Writer(s)||Neil Peart (lyrics)|
|Producer(s)||Peter Collins, Rush|
|Rush singles chronology|
"Nobody's Hero" is a song by Canadian prog-rock band Rush, released as the third single from their 1993 album Counterparts. The first stanza deals with the AIDS-related death of a homosexual man named Ellis, a friend of Neil Peart when Peart lived in London. After the chorus, the second stanza speaks of a girl who was murdered in Peart's hometown, Port Dalhousie. The girl is rumoured to have been Kristen French, one of Paul Bernardo's victims.
|1.||"Nobody's Hero"||Neil Peart||Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson||4:54|
- Geddy Lee - Synthesizer, Bass, Vocals
- Alex Lifeson - Acoustic & electric guitars, Vocals
- Neil Peart - Drums
- Michael Kamen – String arrangements and conducting
- "Nobody's Hero by Rush". songfacts.com. Retrieved 21 September 2011.
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