"Moonlight on a White Picket Fence" as written by and John Scott Trotter Carroll Carroll....
There was moonlight on a white picket fence,
There was starlight in your eyes,
So I kissed you, and your lips were a sweet surprise!

There was moonlight on a white picket fence,
And it dared my hopeful heart,
So I kissed you, and I'm sure I heard music start!

Yes, I kissed you, you've forgotten,
You had another scheme.
May I say I remember,
It was well worth a dream!

If I'm lonely for the thrill of your lips
And your arms that held me tight,
Well, there's moonlight on a white picket fence tonight!

Yes, I kissed you, you've forgotten,
You had another scheme.
May I say I remember,
It was well worth a dream!

If I'm lonely for the thrill of your lips
And your arms that held me tight,
Well, there's moonlight on a white picket fence tonight!


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"Moonlight on a White Picket Fence" as written by John Scott Trotter Carroll Carroll

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