Bring Down The Moon

Album: Reel Life (1988)
Charted: 49
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  • I'm walking in darkness with no shadows
    Tears fall in silence with no sign
    I've got to let go with visions I've outgrown
    Even I know, so let the rain come down

    Bring down the moon
    And if it can rain before the new wind
    Bring down the moon
    Building love by feeding the dreams
    Perfect love is a desperate creed
    And one that we all try to believe
    So bring down the moon

    I'm finding some comfort you're closing the distance
    Between my life and my dreams
    Ooh if love's not forever I need to discover
    The spirit of romance and magic
    In living from day to day


    But there's no guarantee
    That they ever will be perfect love
    (Perfect love)
    (So let the rain come down)
    I know that it hurts ‘cause you used to believe
    (So let the rain come down)
    I know how it happens…yeah!


    Bring down the moon
    So bring down the moon
    Bring down the moon
    So bring down the moon Writer/s: GEORGE ROBERT MERRILL, SHANNON RUBICAM
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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