"Man in the Moon" as written by Robert Marshall Scott, Paul Christopher Kean, Kaye Adelaide Woodward and Malcolm Ian Stewart Grant....
Waved goodbye to a friend of mine
I guess its time as the sun shines through the dawn
Another night is gone
Seems like days since I saw her face
In her place no trace of yesterday
Yeah but that's okay
If she never comes back it'll be too soon
I'm doin' just fine just me
And the man in the moon

Well all in all it ain't a bad change
I like it alone 'cause no one ever complains
I don't confuse the names
I heard about love is blind
Well I found lying times and true deceit
The way she uses me
The air so think it feels like June
I'm doin' fine just me
And the man in the moon

If she never comes back, it'll be too soon
I'm singin' my song to the man in the moon

Once in a while you can catch me smile
With time to burn I turn the music on
I play my favorite song
All in all it ain't a bad change
I like it alone 'cause no one ever complains
I don't confuse the names
I remember her face when I hear that tune
I'm doin' fine just me
And the man in the moon


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"Man in the Moon" as written by John Corabi Susana Beatriz Alderete

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