Moon and Moon

Album: Two Suns (2009)
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  • Lover when you don't lay with me
    I'm a huntress for a husband lost at sea
    If I had you here, we were here together
    I'd be boy and you'd be girl, beautiful

    Calling moon and moon
    Shoot that big bad hand
    It'll drag me to your door
    Now I won't see you no more

    When this wild world is a big bad hand
    Pushing me on my back do you understand
    When I get home being in the jungle
    Where's my bear to lick me clean
    Feed my soul milk and honey

    Calling moon and moon
    Shoot that big bad hand
    It'll drag me to your door
    Now I won't see you no more

    I won't see you no more Writer/s: NATASHA KHAN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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