"Full Moon Cigarette" as written by and David Bassett Jesse Littleton (aka Gran Bel Fisher)....
A full moon cigarette
A fool filled day
Smoke rings slowly break away into the midnight haze
Fade into the midnight haze

Wish you were here
But I know you were there
Staring at the same sky wondering where
Two seperate lives can find a little time together
Can find a little time together

Flight patterns cross over time that we lost
A twinkle, a star
You're never too far
Is that just something we say?
Something we say
Dream that I see you
I know that I need you
And I'm sick of this full moon affair
'Cause of all I ever wanted to be
I wanted to be there

A full moon cigarette steals my breath
Smoke burns my lonely eyes
So I listen for the new day light
Listen for the new day light

Every time that we leave it gets harder to find
That place in the night where there's no you and I
Where two separate lives that always seem to come together
That always seem to come together

Flight patterns cross over time that we lost
A twinkle, a star
You're never too far
Is that just something we say?
Something we say
Dream that I see you
I know that I need you
And I'm sick of this full moon affair
'Cause of all I ever wanted to be
I wanted to be there

'Cause of all I ever wanted to be
I wanted to be there


Lyrics submitted by limari

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