"You + The Moon" as written by and Michael C. Kent....
Where would be by now,
Had daylight kept to himself?
And how would you have graced me,
Had the sun stayed quiet upon the shelf,
Burning for no one else,
What would you say?

That's why I'm asking,
You and the moon to stay,
So please don't hideaway,
I'm begging you and the moon not to leave,
'Cause you're all I'll ever need.

Would you revel in the silence
And the fact that we're finally alone?
Or would you tell me things that
You've never said, but have always known?
Would you whisper them so proud,
Or would you sing?

So, I'm asking,
You and the moon to stay,
Please don't hideaway,
I'm begging you and the moon, not to leave,
'Cause you're all I'll ever need.

When the morning comes,
You will be a ghost,
That haunts all my days,
But never dares to come close.

So, I'm asking,
You and the moon to stay,
Please don't hideaway,
I'm begging you and the moon, not to leave,
'Cause you're all I'll ever need.

Yeah, I'm begging you and the moon, not to go,
'Cause you're all that feels like home.





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