"Once in a Very Blue Moon [1987]" as written by Patrick Alger and Eugene Albert Levine....
I found your letter in my mailbox today
You were just checking if I was okay
And if I miss you, well you know what they say
Just once in a very blue moon
Just once in a very blue moon
Just once in a very blue moon
And I feel one coming on soon

No need to ask me if we can be friends
And help me right back on my feet again
And if I miss you, well just now and then
Just once in a very blue moon
Just once in a very blue moon
Just once in a very blue moon
And I feel one coming on soon

There's a blue moon shining
When I am reminded of all we've been through
Such a blue moon shining
Does it ever shine down on you?

You act as if it doesn't hurt you at all
Like I'm the only one who's getting up from a fall
Don't you remember now don't you recall
Just once in a very blue moon
Just once in a very blue moon
Just once in a very blue moon
And I feel one coming on soon
Just once in a very blue moon



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"Once in a Very Blue Moon" as written by Patrick Alger Eugene Albert Levine

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