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Album: Senses Working Overtime (Live Version) - Single

Artist: Mandy Moore

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2003 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Tracklist For Senses Working Overtime (Live Version) - Single By Artist Mandy Moore

Title Artist Time
Senses Working Overtime Mandy Moore 4:09 USD 1.29

Reviews For Senses Working Overtime (Live Version) - Single By Artist Mandy Moore

  • Shes got Taste!

    By Photolouis
    The XTC song covered here is actually one of my favorites as well. Mandy does it her way and its fine. That said you really ought to check out the original from XTC since it was a very much played song on the New Wave 80's stations when it came out and still is a good song with a good sound and a brilliant hook!
  • Not random at all!

    By irishsong
    For those of you that didn't know it, "Senses Working Overtime" is one of the songs from Mandy Moore's album Coverage, which is a great album where she covers some of her favorite songs, so her releasing a live single version of one of those songs isn't random at all, it is a single just like any other artist would release off of an album. This is a great live version of the song, sung by a wonderful singer, so if you like Mandy Moore, or just like the song, you should buy it!
  • ummm.......

    By mommafrog3
    is it just me, or does this song make NO sense at all..... i like Mandy but not this song, click yes if you agree. also wright a review, she only has like 1.
  • i love this song!

    By brie013
    this song is so catchy and Mandy is amazing!

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