"Ms. Luna Grim" as written by and Kenny Hee Choi....
Wait out on the sand,
Until the moonlight holds your hands.
There you'll fall in love,
You'll never have to run again.

I can't get enough of this feeling,
Of believing that I'll be the one.
I'll be the one to someday save you.
Lovely, she is my moonlight
I wish I could be hers too.

Wait out in the dark,
Until the moon burns through your heart.
Then you'll find some peace,
You'll never know my name again.

I can't get enough of this feeling,
Of believing that I'll be the one.
I'll be the one to someday save you.
Lovely, you are my moonlight
I wish I could be yours too.

I'll take you from this place straight to the moon.
And I'll throw the anchor oh, just to you.
Lovely, my moonlight maybe on the other side,
I'll learn to love you right.

I can't get enough of this feeling,
Of believing that I'll be the one.
I'll be the one to someday save you..
Lovely, you are my moonlight
I wish I could be yours too.
Lovely, you are my moonlight
I wish I could be yours too.
Lovely, you are my moonlight
I wish I could be yours too.


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    General CommentOf the bunch of new songs on their new upcoming CD this is my favorite!

    I think it is about someone who loves this girl so much and would do anything for them. He wants to please them and show all the wonderful things of love that he has to offer.

    Just what i think though. Other than that I love how the acoustic goes with the first line of the chorus.
    crailon April 13, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt's a happy song, at least that's the feel i get from it. He's infatuated with her, and he can't get enough, and he already knows that she is his moonlight (in love), and he's waiting for her to realize that she is also in love with him and that he's her moonlight.
    migrationson January 04, 2009   Link

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