In the moonlight
I was mistaken
Young hearts were breakin,
while we were apart.
I heard a crow caw,
I heard a dog bark
I saw the snow fall
and you were in my arms
I know it's me, who just could not agree
It wasn't them, who just wanted to pretend
Oh, Mama can't you see?

In the moonlight
I was mistaken
I wasn't fakin
on my quest to love you less
I tried to romance
I go out to dance, but I have no chance when it's You I love the best.
Last nite I walk alone
tonight I want to take you home
Say, Children

I know it's me, feels rooms always bend (?)
It wasn't them, with left less innocence (?)
No Mama can't you see?
I love you...
I need you...
I got to have you.










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    General Commentdanfran: I hear it something like this "I know it's me, for you rules always bend" which kinda makes sense. The next one I'm clueless on too. I hear "It wasn't them, with lettuce they never sang", but that doesn't make much sense either :)

    Anyone got a clue what the "Say, Children" line means. Is it an invitation for the audience to sing along (like "everybody now!")?

    Great song, anyway!
    jonnion April 20, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt says "SHAKE CHILDREN"
    inviting the audience to dance
    plstcfish9on May 29, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think one of those last lines is, "It wasn't them with letters they never sent" or something.
    bugmenot123on July 02, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think it's something like:

    "I know it's me, for you the rules were always bent
    It wasn't them, with letters they never sent"
    roberte8on November 19, 2008   Link

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