"Moonlit" as written by and Darwin Merwan Smith....
75 to life, if we settle down
What, what would be the point of living
If you’re not around
Consecutive sentences, served in suburbs
1000 reminders of how we were lovers
Yeah, you make me moonlit,
But it’s all gone dark now
I’m used to it
Yeah, you make me moonlit
We had it right here, so how we lose it

Half of my closet and off my weekend
But I would rather hang with your bosses and your friends
Baby let’s face it we
Should take a vacation
Anything would be more fun than the facing
Yeah, you make me moonlit,
But it’s all gone dark now
I’m used to it
Yeah, you make me moonlit
We had it right here, so how we lose it

I am wire paper climbing, from the button down you’re ironing
You’re so sexy when you tell me the good news
But when you do I want to get loose

Yeah, you make me moonlit,
But it’s all gone dark now
I’m used to, I’m used to, I’m used to it
Yeah, you make me moonlit
We had it right here, so how we lose it.


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"Moonlit" as written by Darwin Merwan Smith

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