"Moonwalking" as written by Finn Bjarnson, Finn Bjarnson, John Hancock, John Hancock, Ryan Raddon, Becky Jean Williams and Becky Jean Williams....
Cold feet
But not like the cold that I used to know
The back beat
Sounds as if I'm hearing it over the phone
One day the moon just changed
I didn't know until I watched the stars alone
I'd have never known

And I forgot, not to watch for the sun to rise
And there was the moon
Posed alongside in the same sky

Moonwalking
The stars have eyes
Open even when the sun is high
Moon bathing
In space not time
I might need you when I'm out of light

It's light outside
He's only needed when the sun is gone
A cosmic white
Let him leave, let him right his wrongs

Moonwalking
The stars have eyes
Open even when the sun is high
Moon bathing
In space not time
I might need you when I'm out of light

Closer now, white, forthright
You're no fire, but you're warm and bright
Aurora night, a moon-like light
Till the shine drowns the eventide


Lyrics submitted by alterEgo

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