"Once Was a Time I Thought/No Moon at All" as written by and John Edmund Andrew Phillips....
Once was a time I thought
Love could be sold or bought
Everything fell in place for me
The fashion of passion I rationed with caution
Because of the notion the potion of passion
Had never been passed to me

But since it was Sunday and sunny I went for a stroll
The peanuts and pigeons and people put me in a hole
A blessing refreshing in you did unfold
Dispelling depressing distressing thoughts from my soul

Once was a time I thought
Love could be sold or bought
Everything fell in place for me
The fashion of passion I rationed with caution
Because of the notion the potion of passion
Had never been passed to me

Can't you see
No moon at all
What a night
Even lightning bugs have dimmed their light
Stars have disappeared from sight
And there's no moon at all

Don't make a sound
It's so dark
Even Fido is afraid to bark
What a perfect chance to park
And there's no moon at all

If you need atmosphere
For inspiration dear
One touch will make it clear
Tonight is right and bright moonlight might interfere

No moon at all
Up above
This is nothing like they told us of
Just to think we fell in love
When there's no moon at all

But since it was Sunday and sunny I went for a stroll
The peanuts and pigeons and people put me in a hole
A blessing refreshing in you did unfold
Dispelling depressing distressing thoughts from my soul

Once was a time I thought
Love could be sold or bought
Everything fell in place for me
The fashion the passion I rationed with caution
Because of the notion the potion of passion
Had never been passed to me

But now with you by my side
I find that I'm so satisfied
Somebody must have lied to me


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"Once Was a Time I Thought/No Moon at All" as written by John Edmund Andrew Phillips

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