"Moonchild" as written by and Mcdonald/sinfield/lake/giles/fripp....
Birds can fly, and fish can swim,
But on this planet where do I fit in?
I could be in trouble or just imagining;
Sometimes I feel like an alien.
I make them laugh; I make them stare,
But Mr. Jones said, "hey, young girl,
Don't you feel sorry for yourself?
The world's out there."
There's a moonchild for everyone.
Oh, little moonchild, you're not the only one!
There's a moonchild for everyone.
Oh, little moonchild, you're not the only one!
I looked at the world from another star;
That's when you discover who you really are.
So if you think you'd like the taste,
You know there's not much time to waste.
So take off into outer space;
I'll see you there!
There's a moonchild for everyone.
Oh, little moonchild, you're not the only one!


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"Moonchild" as written by Michael Rex Giles Robert Fripp

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