Under a Violet Moon

Album: Under a Violet Moon (1999)
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  • Dancing to the feel of the Drum
    Leave this World behind
    We'll have a drink and toast to ourselves
    Under a violet Moon
    Tudor Rose with her Hair in curls
    Will make you turn and stare
    Try to steal a kiss at the Bridge

    Under a violet Moon
    Raise your hats and your Glasses too
    We will dance the whole Night through
    We're going back to a Time we knew
    Under a violet Moon
    Cheers to the Knights and Days of olde
    The beggars and the thieves

    Living in an enchanted wood
    Under a violet Moon
    Close your eyes and lose yourself
    In a medieval mood
    Taste the treasures and sing the lunes
    Under a violet Moon
    This my delight on a shiny night
    The seasons of a year
    To keep the lanterns burning bright
    Under a violet Moon Writer/s: CANDICE NIGHT, RITCHIE BLACKMORE
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  • Chase from Miami, FlI find it funny that the same guy who wrote smoke on the water, highway star and hush can write this. Don't get me wrong though, this is kinda cool too. First to comment
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