"MorningMoon" as written by Robert Baker, Gordon Downie, Johnny Fay, Joseph Paul Langlois and Robert Gordon Sinclair....
The reactor's down
I guess for Labour Day, today
It's the first day I ain't seen
A great plume of steam from across the lake
From across the lake
Hey, that's a morning moon, yeah.

I'm not making strain
Said, "Someone's paying
When something's too cheap
Somebody's paying something"
You said, "Some one's paying something."
Under a morning moon, yeah
Say those little things that don't make anyone feel better, yeah

It didn't take too much to upset her
Nothing that could clear the room
To say one little thing that could make me feel better
Under this morning moon, yeah

The sun's a light bulb and the moon is a mirror
There are times when you can see both the bulb and the mirror
See the bulb and the mirror
And that's the morning moon, yeah
Say those little things that don't make anyone feel better

It doesn't take too much to upset her
Nothing that could clear the room
Just saying one little thing trying to make you feel better
Under this morning moon, yeah
Under this morning moon

Morning moon, yeah
Trying to make you feel better
Nothing too far from the truth


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"Morning Moon" as written by Johnny Fay Gordon Downie

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    General CommentWhen Gord introduced this song at a concert, he said it was about his good friend God.
    Hiplove24on July 12, 2009   Link

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