C Moon

Album: All The Best (1972)
Charted: 5
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  • See moon, see moon, see moon is she
    See moon, see moon, see moon to me

    How come no one older than me
    Ever seems to understand the things I want to do
    It will be a seven and I'd never get to heaven
    If I filled my head with glue
    What's it all to you

    See moon, see moon, see moon is she
    See moon, see moon, see moon to me

    Bobby lived with Patty
    But they never told her daddy
    What their love was all about
    She could tell her lover that he thought
    But she never was the type to let it out
    What's it all about

    See moon, see moon, oh see moon are we
    See moon, see moon, see moon are we

    How come no one older than me
    Ever seems to understand the things I want to do
    It will be a seven and I'd never get to heaven
    If I filled my head with glue
    What's it all to you

    See moon, see moon, see moon is she
    See moon, see moon, see moon to me

    Bobby lived with Patty
    But they never told her daddy
    What their love was all about
    She could tell her lover that he thought
    But she never wanted to let it out
    What's it all about

    See moon, see moon, see moon are we
    See moon, see moon, see moon are we

    Well what's it all about

    See moon, see moon, see moon are we
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Comments: 15

  • Weather Report from FloridaReminds me of when my twin brother activated some weird gravity powers because he wanted to achieve "heaven". It was pretty bizarre
  • Kujoh Jotaro from JapanSo it is the same type of stand as Star Platinum
  • Seventh Mist from 7th HeavenI'd give C Moon a "D."
  • Dalius from Fl"semen"??
  • Enrico Pucci from FloridaThis song reminds me of when I fought some Joestar and her friends using a Gravity-Manipulating stand.
  • Dio from EgyptThis song reminds me of a certain boyfriend I have.
  • Jolyne Cujoh from FloridaThis song reminds me of when a priest tried to kill me and all my friends.

    But great song
  • Enrico from New York, New YorkI am a JoJo fan, and I came across this song and I LOVED it, from the trumpets to the vocals and the maracas, I love every little thing about this song.
  • Paula from Portland, Oregon I love the trumpet mix - it sounds all dreamy! I often set my iPod to shuffle songs and always have to play this one 2 or 3 times when it comes on. Forty-four years after it comes out I learn what L7 means :o)
  • Erin from Fargo, NdI think they left in, "Is that the intro I should have been in?" because that was probably the best take they got of the song, even though he flubbed the entrance.
  • Britt from Boston, MaEven though this isn't Paul's best work, I still think it's a catchy and bubbly song. There is a part in the song, i believe at..3:18.. where his voice is beautiful. I always fast forward to that part, it's lovely :)
  • Bruno from Lima, PeruIn the "McCartney years" DVD Paul says that Johnny Marr, of The Smiths, said to him that this is his favourite song. Furthermore, Paul says that on the session and also on the video the members of the band played other instruments than their usuals: Denny Laine played the bass, Henry McCullough (guitar player) played the drums and Denny Seiwell (drummer) played the xilofon and the trumpet.
  • Sam from Hipsville, CaIt's an o.k. song, but i think i like the flipside more.
  • Zabadak from London, EnglandYes, the first line of the song is: "Is that the intro I should have been in?", as though it was a jaunty outtake which was left in for a laugh. This sounds a bit contrived to my ears.
  • Kevin from Reading , PaNot one of McCartney's better efforts. Apparently, he likes the song though, because he tends to include it in retrsopectives and "best ofs" and performed it live in his concerts in the early 2000s. At the show I was at, the audience was quite subdued during this one. But I suppose we must give Paul his indulgences.
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