"Sun and Moon" as written by and Jonathan David Grant Anthony Patrick James Mcguinness....
It's raining, it's pouring
A black sky is falling
It's cold tonight

You gave me your answer
Goodbye
Now I'm all on my own tonight

And when the big wheel starts to spin
You can never know the odds
If you don't play you'll never win

We were in heaven you and I
When I lay with you and close my eyes
Our fingers touch the sky

I'm sorry baby
You were the sun and moon to me
I'll never get over you, you'll never get over me

I'm sorry baby
You were the sun and moon to me
I'll never get over you, you'll never get over me

And when the big wheel starts to spin
You can never know the odds
If you don't play you'll never win

We were in heaven you and I
When I lay with you and close my eyes
Our fingers touch the sky

(I'm sorry baby
You were the sun and moon to me
I'll never get over you, you'll never get over me)
(I'm sorry baby
You were the sun and moon to me
I'll never get over you, you'll never get over me)


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"Sun & Moon [The Other Remix]" as written by Anthony Patrick James Mcguinness Jonathan David Grant

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    Song MeaningThe lyrics set the scene of a dark departure of two lovers. At first it seems to indicate that she is saying goodbye to him. He clearly has something to be sorry about, perhaps he did something to hurt her and she couldn't forgive him (you gave me your answer).

    I still can't decide why he seems to think her can assert she'll never get over him, though.
    deed02392on July 17, 2012   Link
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    Song MeaningA love that never had a chance to blossom. He cannot give his heart to her even though he wants to, something is keeping him. This was an attempted relationship and was left unfinished, hence "I'll never get over you, you'll never get over me".
    Serinarae808on November 20, 2013   Link

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