"Here Comes the Moon" as written by and George Harrison....
Everybody's talking up a storm
Act like they don't notice it
But here it is and here it comes
Here comes the moon, the moon, the moon, the moon, the moon.

Impulse always quickens when it's full
As it turns my head around me
Yes it does and here it comes
Here comes the moon, the moon, the moon, the moon, the moon.

God's gift I see that's moving up there into the night
Though dark the mirror in the sky reflects us our light:
Looks like a little brother to the sun
Or mother to the stars at night
And here it is and here it comes
Here comes the moon, the moon, the moon, the moon, the moon.

Breath is always taken when it's new
Enhance upon the clouds around it
Yes it is and here it comes
Here comes the moon, the moon, the moon.


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"Here Comes the Moon" as written by George Harrison

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    General CommentSort of complementary to George's classic Here Comes the Sun. It's about something(or someone) bright and pretty that is surrounded by darkness, which serves to make it brighter and prettier. An overlooked song that's quite lovely.
    bokononiston October 01, 2006   Link

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