We Talked Again

from by Bridie Jackson and The Arbour

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    New Skin CD in a digipack with lyrics booklet.
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    100% pre-shrunk cotton
    Gildan soft style fabric

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lyrics

The ice came, the ice came
and we talked again, we talked again

A child strayed in our neighbourhood
and we talked again, we talked again

Reaching out for human warmth
Long to be loved for the small things once
more
Once more

They built fences high
and darkened the sky
we forgot to be strangers
and we talked again, we talked again

Reaching out for human warmth
Long to be loved for the small things once
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from New Skin, released May 5, 2014

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Bridie Jackson and The Arbour Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

Newcastle based trio Bridie Jackson and The Arbour are an eclectic group of folk-influenced musicians. Hauntingly ethereal, yet fused with dark and powerful undertones; this eccentric ensemble inject contradictions galore, with their union of bright melody and sombre lyricism.
'Original and magical' (Consequence of Sound)
'Movingly soulful' (Telegraph)
'Seriously awesome' (For Folk's Sake)
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