"The Moon And The Sky" as written by and Sade Adu Shawn Carter....
I was the one
I who could, pull in all the stars above
Lay them on your feet, and I gave you my love

You are the one who got me started
You could have let me love anyone but I only wanted you
So why did he make me cry
Why didn't you come get me one last time

You'll always know
The reason why
We could've had the moon and the sky
You'll always know
The reason why this love, reason why this love
Ain't gon' let you go

You let me down
Left me for alliance
A long long time ago

You left me there dying
But you'll never let me go

You'll always know
The reason why
We could have had the moon and the sky
You'll always know
The reason why this love, reason why this love
Ain't gon' let you go

You'll always know the reason, why
The song you heard, will stay on your mind
It ain't goin' let you go, no
Cause you have removed the light in the sky

You'll always know
The reason why
We could have had the moon and the sky
You'll always know
The reason why this love, reason why this love
Ain't goin' let you go

Ain't goin' let you go

You have the keys to car

You have every star

Everyone of them twinkling

Thinkin 'bout what you thinkin'

We have the sky fall and I gave you my love


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"The Moon and the Sky" as written by Sade Adu Andrew Hale

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    General CommentI believe this song is about a relationship in which someone had the other feeling great, but for whatever reason choose to let go of the relationship. I don't believe it is mentioned in the song the reason why he choose to let go, but she believes he knows. She felt everything was great, but he left her for lions/hurt/pain/those who would do her wrong. I believe this is about something that she felt could be so beautiful, but he choose to give up on it.
    tbyronshepon March 10, 2010   Link

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