"I Don't Know a Thing About Love (The Moon Song)" as written by and Harlan Howard....
I talk to the man in the moon.
I said, "Sir, is she coming back soon?"
He smiled and he stated,
"Son, I'm over-rated,
I've had to much credit in those old love tunes.
I don't know a thing about love,
I just kind of hang here above.
I just watch from the sky,
Will love grow or will it die?
I don't know a thing about love."

Then I asked him "Where is she tonight?
You must see all things with your light."
He said, "Son, I could tell you things that might kill you,
But I don't get involved in what's wrong or right.
I don't know a thing about love,
I just kind of hang here above.
I just watch from the sky,
Will love grow or will it die?
I don't know a thing about love."

He said, "I can move oceans when I take the notion.
Or make mountains tremble and rivers run dry.
But in all matters human, remember there's someone
In charge of those things way above you and I.
I don't know a thing about love,
I just kind of hang here above.
I just watch from the sky,
Will love grow or will it die?
I don't know a thing about love.
I don't know a thing about love."


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"I Don't Know a Thing About Love [The Moon Song]" as written by Harlan Howard

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