Man On The Moon

Album: The World From The Side Of The Moon (2012)
  • Oh, oh, oh yeah,
    Oh, oh, oh yeah,
    Oh, oh, oh yeah

    I watch the world from a side of the moon
    Looking at the stars, looking back to you
    Just to see if your were still alive
    Looking at the sun with the fire in your eyes

    It's hard to know where I stand
    Even a man on the moon couldn't tell me where to land
    But, I wanted to fly in the sea with no gravity to pull me down

    Hold on it won't take long
    You can find yourself if you decide to finally start
    Don't run to me when you fall
    'Cause the steps getting bigger so we here to walk them all
    And you know how I feel
    So don't let your life start to slowly, waste away
    Uh oh, no no

    So tell me this one thing
    Now listen to me close
    You steal from me but you call it your own
    You liar you thieve go make your stand on your own two feet
    So oh now, oh now, listen what your friends say
    Go now go now go and do it that'a way
    I'm the one you want to believe
    But in your heart you can't see

    Hold on it won't take long
    You can find yourself if you decide to finally start
    Don't run to me when you fall
    'Cause the steps getting bigger so we here to walk them all
    And you know how I feel
    So don't let your life start to slowly, waste away

    Oh, let it fall, let it fall

    Hold on it won't take long
    You can find yourself if you decide to finally start
    Don't run to me when you fall
    'Cause the steps getting bigger so we here to walk them all
    And you know how I feel
    So don't let your life start to slowly, waste away Writer/s: PHILLIP LA DON JR. PHILLIPS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Michael Finkelday from Cliffside Pk NjAwesome title awesome song gives me much inspiration your a great artist
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