Moon of Love lyrics

- Very Good Eddie

Moon of Love lyrics

Moon of Love

[MME. Matroppo]
When the shades of twilight fall
Where the setting sun turns the west to amber rose,
Mister Moon comes stealing out when the day is done,
He likes watching sweethearts, I suppose.

Oh, moon of love high up above,
All that you see so well, I'm sure you will not tell
What sweethearts do who trust in you.
Away up there above, oh, shining moon of love,

Oh moon of love...
High up above...
All that you see...
So...
Well...
I'm sure you will...
Not...
Tell...
What sweethearts do...
Who trust in you...
Away up there...
A-....
bove...
Oh, shining moon...
Of...
Love.

[Men]
Oh what the deuce, do you suppose we care to hear
The silly stuff you have to spill about the moon?
Of course the moon is high above for everybody saw
The guy who hung it up this afternoon.
All the old stuff,
All the old bluff,
It's a hard game,
It's a darn shame.
That is why we
Stick to the equity
For every lyric writer since the world began
Has put in overtime in raves about the moon.
And when the animals descended from the Ark
They sang a song that rhymed with June
And tune and spoon.
It's a good thing
That we can't sing
Or we'd tell
You what the
Tired chorus boy
Thinks of the
Moon.
Last Update: January, 08th 2014


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