"Blame it on the moon" as written by and Dan Edward Reed....
Gonna blame it on the moon
Didn't want to fall in love again, so soon.
I was fine, feelin' strong
Didn't want to fall in love with anyone.

Now that it's gone too far to call for a halt
I'll blame it on the moon,
'cause it's not my fault.
I didn't think that this would happen so soon,
So I'll blame it on the moon.

I was happy to be free
Didn't think I'd give myself so easily.
Guilty feelings in the night,
As I wonder, is it wrong to feel so right?

Now that it's gone too far to call for a halt
I'll blame it on the moon,
'cause it's not my fault.
I didn't think that this would happen so soon,
So I'll blame it on the moon.


Lyrics submitted by marie.

"Blame It on the Moon" as written by Mike Batt

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    General CommentThis song to me is about falling in love with someone and not being able to get them out of your mind no matter what.
    vincent123on December 11, 2004   Link
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    General CommentFor me this song is about someone who has ended a relationship, and doesn't want to fell in love again at least not for now. But has now falling very much in love with someone, and can't stop thinking about that person.
    -Anja-on June 14, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAnother great one from Mike Batt. (For his other huge hit check out 'Closest Thing To Crazy' also off of Katie's Call Off The Search.) Very cinematic with an almost throw-back seventies feel with the lovely orchestra. Definitely a favourite. Not a lot like it these days!

    I agree in that it seems to be the thoughts of the narrator having fallen madly and unexpectedly. So much emotion and exposition. She won't own up to the way she's feeling and is rather satisfied to leave it at the surface of things and just 'blame it on the moon' -- an external stimulus outside of her control. I love it.
    mindhuntresson November 08, 2006   Link

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