"The Moon and I" as written by and Alan Bergman Michel Legrand....
The moon and I, we know each other well
I'm safe beneath its light
It passes by, and sees but doesn't tell
The secrets of the night
Like the sweet forbidden feelings deep inside me
The longing for the lover, who's denied me
To feel him, beside me

The moon and I, pretend he's in my arms
Each night it hears me cry
And when I sleep, I dream that soon
I'll tell my love, some sunlit afternoon
What no one knows, but the moon and I

And just as the sea, with its tides
I'm tied to the moon, when its full
So am I

The moon and I, pretend he's in my arms
Each night it hears us cry
And when I sleep, I dream that soon
I'll tell my love, some sunlit afternoon
What no ones knows, but the moon and I


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