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Drawing The Line - Porcupine Tree - The Incident (CD, Album)

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  1. Sep 14,  · Drawing the Line Lyrics: Camphor crossed with lace it is the witching hour / Cinematic but crude / Teasing all my feelings out you move away / It seems so natural to you / .
  2. The Incident Album. Drawing The Line Lyrics. Porcupine Tree - Drawing The Line Lyrics. Artist: Porcupine Tree. Album: The Incident. Genre: Rock. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. Highlight. Review: RIFF-it. RIFF-it good. Listen while you read! Cover the cross with lace it is the witching hour.
  3. Camphor crossed with lace, it is the witching hour Cinematic but crude Teasing all my feelings out, you move away It seems so natural to you Still siren, climbing up the victory tower Like there's something left to prove I trap the beads of sweat that run between my eyes And free the fever to move I'm drawing the line, I'm drawing the line I'm drawing the line, I draw the line And I have my.
  4. Porcupine Tree - The Incident Album Lyrics; 1. The Incident Lyrics: 2. The Yellow Windows Of The Evening Train Lyrics: 3. Time Flies Lyrics: 4. Degree Zero Of Liberty Lyrics: 5. Octane Twisted Lyrics: 6. The Seance Lyrics: 7. Circle Of Manias Lyrics: 8. I Drive The Hearse Lyrics: 9. Way Out of Here (live in Tilburg) Lyrics: Your Unpleasant.
  5. The first CD of Octane Twisted features Porcupine Tree performing their studio album, The Incident, in its entirety. All 14 songs are performed on April 30, at The Riviera in Chicago. Again, the performance was recorded for the audio and video release.
  6. This edition features the mix of the album in advanced resolution/MLP lossless surround, DTS digital surround sound, and 24 bit stereo, and also includes the videos for Time Flies and Octane Twisted, a 30 second TV spot, and a photo gallery set to exclusive instrumental mixes of Black Dahlia and Flicker.
  7. Mar 30,  · Artist: Porcupine Tree. CD: The Incident. Genre: Rock. The arrangement of "Drawing the Line" veers between gentle keyboards — tinkling like a clinically depressed music box .

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