A little moonlight and you
by Steven Clotzman

Woke up this morning with this pain in my head
Sick to my stomach again too
It’s been a whole week now that I’m laid up in bed
From a little moonlight and you

Try as I might I just can’t forget
The song you played on my kazoo
It rings in my head as a simple duet
Of a little moonlight and you

People say I’m crazy
Dwelling on nights that’s are through
But yesterday can’t faze me
Like tomorrow without you

I’ve seen men sell their souls for a trail of crumbs
But fancy degrees can’t heal the dumb
Oh, what I wouldn’t do
For a little moonlight and you

Some say perfection’s just a trick of the hand
But they haven’t slept in my shoes
And I can’t explain what I don’t understand
About a little moonlight and you

Think the Titanic was an unsinkable ship
How about a ride in my canoe?
‘Cause both of is know that’s just a Freudian slip
For a little moonlight and you

People say I’m crazy
Going on like I do
But nothing’s ever fazed me
Like the moon shining down on you

I want us to cook in your kitchen
I’ve read all the books on how-to
And it’s not just my heart that’s itchin’
For a little moonlight and you




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