No Man's Land (Billy Joel song)
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|"No Man's Land"|
|Single by Billy Joel|
|from the album River of Dreams|
|B-side||"No Man's Land (Live)"|
|Recorded||1992, in New York City|
|Producer(s)||Billy Joel, Danny Kortchmar|
|Billy Joel singles chronology|
"No Man's Land" is a single by Billy Joel. It was the third single from his 1993 album River of Dreams. The song is about the growth of suburbia and its negative environmental and social aspects. It presumably refers somewhat specifically to Long Island (the line about "lots more to read about Lolita and suburban lust" is an indirect reference to Amy Fisher). It was the first song performed on Late Show with David Letterman in August 1993.
UK CD single
All songs written by Billy Joel.
- "No Man's Land" (LP version) - 4:45
- "No Man's Land" (Live) - 5:03
|Canadian Singles Chart||71|
|UK Singles Chart||50|
|U.S. Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks||18|
Joel often opened concerts on the 1994 River of Dreams Tour with "No Man's Land".