Harvest Moon

Album: Harvest Moon (1992)
Charted: 36
  • Come a little bit closer
    Hear what I have to say
    Just like children sleepin'
    We could dream this night away

    But there's a full moon risin'
    Let's go dancin' in the light
    We know where the music's playin'
    Let's go out and feel the night

    Because I'm still in love with you
    I want to see you dance again
    Because I'm still in love with you
    On this harvest moon

    When we were strangers
    I watched you from afar
    When we were lovers
    I loved you with all my heart

    But now it's gettin' late
    And the moon is climbin' high
    I want to celebrate
    See it shinin' in your eye

    Because I'm still in love with you
    I want to see you dance again
    Because I'm still in love with you
    On this harvest moon
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Comments: 2

  • Leslie from MassachusettsSunflower Bean also does a great cover of this song.
  • Darwin from Ralston, NeI love this song!
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