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Familiar Feeling - Moloko

Familiar Feeling

Statues
electronic dance trip-hop female vocalists Moloko



Moloko were a trip-hop / electropop band from Sheffield, UK, founded by Mark Brydon (b. Sunderland, UK) and Róisín Murphy (b. Arklow, Ireland), in 1995. It debuted with the Moloko EP (May 1995, Echo) and later with Do You Like My Tight Sweater? (Sept 1995, Echo). Their latest and final studio album is Statues, released in 2003. They met at a Sheffield party, when Murphy had no prior professional singing experience. Meanwhile, Brydon had a thirteen-year musical résumé, first with Chakk / Hula pioneering EBM (then, aka big beat). Show more ...

Familiar Feeling - Moloko

Nothing can come close
Nothing can come close
Nothing can come close

I never doubted it
What's for you will not pass you by
I never questioned it
It was decided before I asked why
It's all there ever was
And it's all there ever will be
How could you have questioned us?
It's yourself you deceive

Nothing can come close
To this familiar feeling
We say it all without
Ever speaking

Nothing can come close
To this familiar feeling
We say it all without
Ever speaking

Nothing can come close
To this familiar feeling
We say it all without
Ever speaking

Nothing can come close
To this familiar feeling
We say it all without

Hush now
No need to say the words
At first sight you perfectly heard
Love in all it's entirety
Is no less than we deserve

I saw, your face
Some place
I felt this feeling before
Is it deja vu?
Do I somehow know you?

Nothing can come close
To this familiar feeling
We say it all without
Ever speaking

Nothing can come close
To this familiar feeling
We say it all without
Ever speaking

Nothing can come close
To this familiar feeling
We say it all without
Ever speaking

Nothing can come close
To this familiar feeling
We say it all without

Nothing can come close
To this familiar feeling
We say it all without
Ever speaking

Nothing can come close
To this familiar feeling
We say it all without
Ever speaking

Nothing can come close

Nothing can come close

(ever speaking)

Nothing can come close
To this familiar feeling
Nothing can come close



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