"Porch Song" as written by and John R. Herman S. Ortiz....
I opened up my eyes to see
A land of sunny rocks and funny trees
I guess (Yes,) I'm on the moon again
A heavy earth exchange a lighter breeze
Got no coat and got no money
A pair of tennis shoes to last through May
A crater for an outdoor pool
A few good cats to help me pass the day

Havin' a good time, here today
Watching the sun shine, matinee
Never the wrong time, time we stay
Living the moontime, time we play

From here I watch the world go by
Working in the moon-time bar and grill
The word from Earth my time is up
But here upon the moon time stands still
Got no telecommunications
Cables haven't gotten out this way
The man in the moon is a musician
That's the way we pass the lunar day

Havin' a good time, here today
Watching the sun shine, matinee
Never the wrong time, time we stay
Living the moontime, time we play
Living the moontime, time to live it up!


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"Porch Song" as written by Domingo Ortiz David A. Schools

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