Baby, there's the moon.
I'll sing it down if you ask me to.
And maybe I'm a fool,
but nothing ever felt this good.

It's like a bottle to the head.
I'm seeing stars, I'm seeing red.
I'd taste your mouth in any kiss.
Where do you end
and I begin?

Baby there's the moon.
I'll shoot it down if you tell me to.
And maybe I'm a fool,
but nothing ever felt this good.

It's like a bottle to the head.
I'm seeing stars, I'm seeing red.
I'd taste your mouth in any kiss.
Where do you end and I begin?

Where I begin . . .
Where I begin . . .

It's like a bottle to the head.
I'm seeing stars, I'm seeing red.
I'd taste your mouth in anyone's kiss.
Where do you end and I begin?
It's like a bottle to the head.
Peg the needle in the red!
I'd taste your mouth in any kiss.
Where do you end and I begin?

Baby, there's the moon.
I'll sing it down if you tell me to.
And maybe I'm a fool,
but nothing ever felt this good.


Lyrics submitted by mrtsc


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    General CommentFinally, in a sea of songs about love lost and flawed relationships, we get a song about being blissfully, completely, madly in love. ...I mean, not that songs about the aforementioned topics are devoid of truth and merit, I'm just saying that there's too many sad love songs and not enough happy ones. Thank you Rainer Maria! This is one of my favorites on the album.
    lonelydreamer1087on September 05, 2007   Link
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    General CommentFor being one of the only entirely upbeat sounding RM songs, I'm a little surprised there's not more comments... Anyway, I don't think it's all as cut and dried as lonelydreamer has it.

    A bottle to the head isn't pleasant, no matter how you spin it, and seeing red means you're angry. Definitely one of my favorite RM songs, for it's energy alone, but the story is still one of flawed love to me. It's never good when one half of a relationship loses themself in the other.
    emsquaredon April 07, 2011   Link

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