Moonshine

Album: Unorthodox Jukebox (2012)
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  • Hello (hello)
    Uh, you know you look even better
    Than the way you did the night before (before)
    And the moment that you kissed my lips
    You know I start to feel wonderful (wonderful)
    It's something incredible, there's sex in your chemicals
    Oh (there's sex in your chemicals)

    Ooh, let's go
    Uh, you're the best way I know to escape the extraordinary (ordinary)
    This world ain't for you and I know for damn sure
    This world ain't for me (world ain't for me)
    Lift off and say goodbye
    Just let your fire set me free

    Oh, moonshine, take us to the stars tonight
    Take us to that special place
    That place we went the last time, the last time

    I know (I know)
    Uh, I was with you last night
    But it feels like it's been so long (so long)
    And everybody that's around me knows
    That I'm not myself when your gone (self when your gone)
    It's good to see you again, good to see you again
    On top of the world (the world)
    Uh, is where I stand when you're back in my life (in my life)
    Life's not so bad when you're way up this high
    Everything is alright ('thing is alright)
    Everything is alright

    Oh, moonshine, take us to the stars tonight
    Take us to that special place
    That place we went the last time, the last time

    Oh, moonshine, your love it makes me come alive
    Take us to that special place
    That place we went the last time, the last time

    Don't look down, don't you never look back
    We are not afraid to die young and live fast
    Give me good times, give me love, give me laughs
    Let's take a ride to the sky before the night is gone

    Moonshine, take us to the stars tonight
    Take us to that special place
    That place we went the last time, the last time

    Oh, moonshine, your love it makes me come alive
    Take us to that special place
    That place we went the last time, the last time Writer/s: Andrew Wyatt, Ari Levine, Bruno Mars, Jeff Bhasker, Jeffrey Bhasker, Mark D. Ronson, Mark Ronson, Philip Lawrence
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Downtown Music Publishing, HIPGNOSIS SONGS GROUP, Royalty Network, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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