Pine moon spoke too soon
And black lake spoke too late
But what same words
Could these two know?
When one is so deep, the other's aglow

And black lake lay low and wide
Oh, pine moon arced across the sky
Well some nights
Her lights came on the waves
And some days, coals turned up from the bottom

Oh, pine moon spoke all a-scatter
That the stars were all linked
As if that really mattered

The unknown deep of the Black Lake
Could only reach the moon
If he evaporates

Ah, ah, ah, ah
Ah, ah, ah, ah

So, low he laid quiet
And deep he held out
The depths were foundation
To find the rest out

As still as a well, mysterious hymn
She closed one eye slowly
Her light became dim

She couldn't see how to give her light to the water
Looking up from the depths, he didn't know how to want her

And what same things could these two know?
With one so deep, the other's aglow

And what same things could these two know?
When one is so deep, the other's aglow

Ooh, ah, ooh, ah
Ooh, ah, ah


Lyrics submitted by MakingMercury

"Pine Moon" as written by Leslie Feist

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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