Moonlight In Samosa

Album: Pictures At Eleven (1982)
  • Time and again I see you walking down the street
    Over and over just like before
    Once in awhile you stop and say hello to me
    Just like you used to before
    Time and again, it's like we were in love and then

    Over and over nobody keeping score
    Once in a while I think you noticed when I smile
    That love still lingers in my eyes
    It can't go wrong, it can't go wrong, it lingers on, it lingers on

    Day after day I turn it over in my mind
    Dream after dream, it's hard to tell you how I find
    Out of the blue I'm suddenly so close to you
    Despite the years that I've been gone
    Will you stop? Will you wait a minute? Please remember
    Can you stop?
    Can you just give me one minute to explain?

    I will not cause a fuss
    I will not rock the boat
    Believe me, darling
    Oh, what is what was it's all the same Writer/s: ROBERT BLUNT, ROBERT PLANT
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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