"Under a Silvery Moon" as written by and Todd Park Mohr....
While under a silvery moon, a neon flower born of the desert
Love to touch her body of water, flicker in the morning light
While she was still in the mood,
Shaken up like a deer in the headlights
Crosscut saw, whiskey and moonshine,
Baby don't you spill the wine

While under a silvery moon, you can't find your way back home
Keep her shining on you, sweet surrender and you're gone
Free at last you're on you're own.

While under a silvery moon, sick and tired of the country and western
Get the El Dorado back on the pavement.
Marguerita where'd ya learn to drive?
She said it's all about the rhythm and blues, pompadours, taxi confessions
The kind of speed that'll get you arrested, go on use it baby don't be shy

While under a silvery moon, you can't find your way back home
Keep her shining on you, sweet surrender and you're gone
Free at last you're on your own

Free at last you're on your own,
Surrender and you're done
Free at last you're on your own
Don't give up you're almost home

While under a silvery moon, Boxcar Wiley's guide to the galaxy
Jack Kerouac's jumping' on ecstasy chugging down the central line
Elvis and the hullabaloo, truck got busted just an hour 'for midnight
Mississippi mud, the river is too wide

While under a silvery moon, you can't find your way back home
Keep her shining on you, sweet surrender and you're gone
Free at last you're on your own

Yeah you're almost gone
Under a silvery moon now shine
Never gonna make it home
Don't give up you are almost home


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"Under a Silvery Moon" as written by Todd Park Mohr

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