"What About The Moonlight" as written by and Kathleen/dorian York....
Telling me you don't want to be here
Had enough of life
I see your shoulders falling down the mountain
You once loved to climb
Don't you want to talk about it
Well saying there's no life left inside of you

[Chorus]
What about your loves
What about your dreams
What about the chanced to borrow dreams
What about the moonlight
What about the way you sign
When it touches you

On your knees in the teeth of failure
It's got you gag and bond
You say it's killing you
Well listen now I'm telling you
Your better days are to come
Set your sights on simple beauty
Like the way my eyes shine
When I'm around you

[Chorus]
Nobody said it would be easy
To take a fall and stand
Just wrap your arms tight around me
And we'll stumble together
Until we learn to dance

[Chorus]


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"What About the Moonlight" as written by Michael Dorian Kathleen York

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    General Comment"Nobody said it would be easy
    To take the fall and stand
    Just wrap your arms tight around me
    And we'll stumble together
    Until we learn to dance"
    -That is the most beautiful stanza!
    To me, this song always seemed like the person she is talking to wants to commit suicide, and she's trying to remind him/her of the good, simple things about life.
    KatieTheresaon July 30, 2006   Link

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