"Under The Same Moon" as written by and Kurt Wagner....
Sylvester's three on a tin roof
Kathy Dick and the Burden of Proof
if you're lookin' at me you're looking at the truth
under the same moon
an inscence burned and a rusty comb
a name and an address of a retirement home
two neighborhood dogs who won't leave me alone
under the same moon

a dollar and a donut lie under the bed
a woman with a basket and a shaved head
pressed between the pages of the book we both read
under the same moon
a powerful thirst and a crying shame
an old rugged cross and a lip that is lame
two lovers that remember the first time they came
under the same moon

a dress in the closet and some shoes on the rack
a harmonica and a hat that is black
if you leave this town you ain't never comin back
under the same moon
a car alarm and a bottle that breaks
a receptionist and a creek full of snakes
stay up all night if that's what it takes
under the same moon




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"Under the Same Moon" as written by Kurt F Wagner

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