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It was released in October and peaked in the top 40 of the Australian Kent Music Report singles chart  and reached number 26 in Melbourne. The song explains the fly-in fly-out often abbreviated FIFO life of mining in Australia, telling the story of a man who has left his job and wife in the city to work for a company drilling for oil and enjoys "living and a working on the land". It was the highest-charting single for both singers. This version set in the key of G. The next week, it entered the top 10, then reached its peak of number two on 26 April, kept off the top spot by " Under the Bridge " by Red Hot Chili Peppers for two weeks. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other songs, see Way Out West disambiguation. Rock country. Australian Chart Book —
The Dingoes are an Australian country rock band. They were initially active from to , and reformed in Initially based in Melbourne, the band relocated to the United States from A live album Live at Last came out after the tour, which prompted another tour — this time without Bois who could not get away from his day job.
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