"Mandolin Moon" as written by and Duane Jarvis David Coleman....
Everything changes in the face of the moon
Now times here, and you're in for bloom
When you woo me
My luna girl

My feet two feet from the ground
I'm tasting colors, and I'm seeing sounds
When you take me out of this world

[Bridge]
Well I, I count my blessings
And hug my luck like an old brass penny
With two heads up
It's all right if you're late
I'd just hope that you find your way soon

[Chorus]
Shine down, light it up, wash it over
Wait around for my mandolin moon
Come around till the sweet, sweet morning
Come along, I'll be waiting for you
Waiting for you

You pull the tides up around me
So much that it could drown me
And you surround me
My luna girl

Don't tell me, I don't wanna hear
Wake me up before you disappear
Won't you take me out of this world?

[Bridge]

[Chorus]

I'm waiting
Still waiting
If only you could stay a while
I'm waiting
Still waiting
If only you could stay a while
I'm waiting
I'm waiting
If only you could stay a while

Shine down, light it up, wash it over
Wait around for my mandolin moon
Come along till the sweet, sweet morning
Come along, I'll be waiting for you

[Chorus]


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"Mandolin Moon" as written by Duane Jarvis David Coleman

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    General CommentThis song is just him saying, "Look, it's okay. I forgive you. I still love you. Come on home. I'll be waiting."
    jdtink18on May 19, 2008   Link

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