Willy Porter, Carpe Diem Moonbeam cover

Moonbeam
by & Carpe Diem
Lyrics and Meaning


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Nov 23, 2010
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Moonbeam Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
Hello little moonbeam
Such a welcome sight
I've got nothing in my pockets
Walk with me tonight
Verse 2
Old cars in the tall grass
Broken glass and chrome
Down along the railway
Behind my parent's home
Verse 3
Hiding in the sumac
Waiting for a train
Got a penny on the railway
Verse 4
Hello little moonbeam
I forgot your song
Every cross tie tells me
I've been gone too long
Verse 5
Seems to me
That you give your light so freely
Won't you shed your beams on me
I need you, little moonbeam
Verse 6
When I was a young boy
Balanced on this rails
I'd hold my jacket high, lord
Wind would fill my sail
Verse 7
Hello little moonbeam
Balanced on this rail
I'll hold my jacket high, lord
Wind come fill my sail
Verse 8
Hiding in the sumac
Waiting for a train
Got a penny on the railway
Verse 9

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