"I Wished on the Moon [From the Big Broadcast of 1936]" as written by Ralph Rainger and Dorothy Parker....
I wished on the moon, for something I never knew
Wished on the moon, for more than I ever knew
A sweeter rose, a softer sky, an April day
That would not dance away

I begged of the stars to throw me a beam or two
Wished on the stars and asked for a dream or two
I looked for every loveliness, it all came true
I wished on the moon for you


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"I Wished on the Moon" as written by Ralph Rainger Dorothy Parker

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