This Familiar Way - Nina Nastasia - Outlaster (CD, Album)

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  1. This Familiar Way This song is by Nina Nastasia and appears on the album Outlaster (). You nearly have me singing like the loon The wicked hour before the dawn arouses With early rays that draw across my bridal bed Always comes as a surprise Always intruding much too soon A grave alarm to. Reply
  2. The chanson-noir of This Familiar Way is probably the artist’s first tango but makes for a standout moment, Nastasia’s droll Piaf tones imbuing the line: “And with each tear another stitch, there’s always something new to fix, until the raging flames burn it all to bits, through the wreckage through the fall, will I meet you this familiar way?”. Reply
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  5. The new album from Nina Nastasia, Outlaster is an achievement of staggering beauty by an artist of pervasive, quiet influence undergoing a sea change in musical form/5(6). Reply
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  7. Outlaster Nina Nastasia. Released Outlaster Tracklist. 1. This Familiar Way Lyrics. 6. About “Outlaster” “Outlaster” Q&A. More Nina Nastasia albums You Follow Me. On Leaving. Reply
  8. Outlaster, an album by Nina Nastasia on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy. Reply
  9. I idled so far my rigging froze Long night, green light above and below I will not stop sailing though ever in mind The words of my lover who died in his time Sailing, sailing slow Across a still ocean, dark and cold Sailing, sailing slow To rest in the ice of a passing. Reply

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