"The Killing Moon" as written by Ian Stephen Mcculloch, William Alfred Sergeant, Leslie Thomas Pattinson and Peter Louis Vincent De Freitas....
Under blue moon I saw you
So soon you’ll take me
Up in your arms, too late to beg you
Cancel though, I know it must be
The killing time, unwillingly mine

Fate, up against your will
Through the thick and thin
He will wait until
You give yourself to him

In starlit nights I saw you
So cruelly you kissed me
Your lips a magic world
Your sky all hung with jewels
The killing moon, will come too soon

Fate, up against your will
Through the thick and thin
He will wait until
You give yourself to him

Fate, up against your will
Through the thick and thin
He will wait until
You give yourself to him

Under blue moon I saw you
So soon you’ll take me
Up in your arms, too late to beg you
Cancel though, I know it must be
The killing time, unwillingly mine, unwillingly mine




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"The Killing Moon" as written by Leslie Thomas Pattinson Ian Stephen Mcculloch

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    General CommentI think this song is about a girl, who is scared of going into relationship/getting closer to the guy she really cares about. And even that she really wants him to hug/kiss her and be close to her, she doesn't really wants this, cause she knows that she wouldn't be able to resist him...
    killingmoonon June 30, 2010   Link

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