Auckland university students, the Law Revue Girls, talk to The Wall Street Journal about why they decided to make “Defined Lines,” a response to Robin Thicke’s song of the summer, “Blurred Lines.” No word yet, however, on whether either song will ever leave our heads.

Auckland university students, the Law Revue Girls, talk to The Wall Street Journal about why they decided to make “Defined Lines,” a response to Robin Thicke’s song of the summer, “Blurred Lines.” No word yet, however, on whether either song will ever leave our heads.

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