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Over The Line - Icehouse - Primitive Man

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  1. Song information for Over the Line - Icehouse on AllMusic. Song information for Over the Line - Icehouse on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Measure for Measure/Primitive Man. WEA International: AllMusic | AllMovie.
  2. Now the summer is over Ev'ry new day is colder I'm sitting in an ice-house Waiting for the sun I'm waiting for the sun I'm waiting for the sun. Over the Line. Icehouse. Primitive Man. Icehouse. By Icehouse Over The Line Iva Davies You wander alone On your way down the same old road Stand at the corner Watch. Break These Chains.
  3. Jul 31,  · Primitive Man (aka Love in Motion in the U.K.) is still one his finest recordings. Those seeking out the CD are also blessed with the inclusion of "Over the Line," hitherto only available on Fresco and the singles box set, the original 12" of "Girl," and the German version of "Uniform."Released on: July 31,
  4. By Icehouse Over The Line Iva Davies You wander alone On your way down the same old road Stand at the corner Watch as the world goes by Living on the outside you don't understand them There's something that tells you It isn't meant to be this way Out in the wasteland You have to face another day Are you living in heaven or hell Going over the line On the limit and standing alone Going over the line .
  5. It contains the same versions of "Hey Little Girl", "Street Cafe" and "Glam" from ICEHOUSE's album Primitive Man, together with different versions of "Break These Chains" and "Over the Line" (B-side of "Street Cafe"). It was produced by ICEHOUSE founder Iva Davies together with Keith Forsey for Chrysalis Records.
  6. going over the line on the limit and standing alone going over the line are you living in heaven or hell going over the line are you living in heaven or hell going over the line on the limit and standing alone going over the line you gaze out the window faces that pass by like yesterday's papers the words have no meaning .

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