"Get Out and Get Under the Moon" as written by and Charles/jerome Tobias....
What do you do in the evening
When you don't know what to do?
Read a book, play a game
Every night it's just the same

What do you say if I tell you
How to keep from feeling blue
My advice is good to stay
And it's easier to do

When you're all alone, any old night
And you're feeling mighty blue
Pick up your hat, close up your flat
Get out, get under the moon

Underneath the bright, silvery light
You'll be feeling better soon
Pick up your hat, close up your flat
Get out, get under the moon

La-de-da-da-da-da, look, look, look at those stars above
Ah, look, look, look at those sweeties love
Oh, boy, give me a night in June

I mean it, when you're all alone, any old night
And you're feeling out of tune
Pick up your hat, close up your flat
Get out, get under the moon

When you make a date, any old night
You gonna meet your sweetie soon? Are you? Hm?
Well, then pick up your hat, close up that flat
Get out, get under the moon

Underneath that bright, silvery light
You'll be feeling better soon
Pick up your hat, close up your flat
Get out, get under the moon

Da-da-da-da-da-da, walk, walk, kiss and then walk again
And talk, talk, kiss and then talk again
Oh, boy, sweethearts are all in June

I mean it, when it's raining out, stay in your flat
But on a lovely night in June
Pick up your hat, close up your flat
Get out, get under the moon


Lyrics submitted by sillybunny

"Get Out and Get Under the Moon" as written by William Jerome Larry Shay

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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