8 thoughts on “ Over Your Head - Transit (9) - Listen & Forgive (Vinyl, LP, Album, Album)

  1. This cd is produced much better than their earlier releases. Listen and Forgive is quite possibly one of my favorite pop punk albums right now. I will listen to this cd through and through and "Long Lost Friends" is an instant classic. Fall Out Boys's Patrick Stump is also featured on track four/5(7).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Transit - Listen & Forgive at Discogs. Complete your Transit collection/5(50).
  3. Over Your Head proves to be one of their most honest songs and one of the best they've ever written. I never saw Transit heading in this direction. I don't think anybody did to be honest. Change isn't something that's welcomed with a lot of fans and their favorite band, but with Listen & Forgive it will please all fans; old and new alike/5.
  4. Over Your Head Lyrics: Hey kid, you're in over your head / Looked and you leapt / And now all that you get is gravity and pain / Like a movie I'm watching / My nails I am biting / And you are just.
  5. Oct 03,  · Check out Over Your Head by Transit on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on pocelomodgocarlafararetriaprep.co
  6. Like all his albums on that label, this title bore a warning sticker on the shrink wrap that stated: "Do not listen to this album if you are stoned". It seems that Nik Raicevic wanted the Numbers album to receive better distribution, so he got Buddah to release it in , as Head.
  7. Hey kid, you're in over your head Looked and you leapt And now all that you get is gravity and pain Like a movie I'm watching My nails I am biting And you are just fighting to stay awake Now I just feel pathetic Like most things, I let it just push me aside But I can't.
  8. “Wherever you go, go with all your heart.” Transit gave us these words on their last LP, ’s acclaimed “Listen and Forgive.” The album was a step in a new direction for the band, drawing less from their older, straightforward pop punk and incorporating elements from emo bands such as American Football and Sunny Day Real Estate.

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