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I’ve been reading up on magazines
Lately, I’ve been trying not to lie
Now I know the difference
Between life and a movie screen
But that should come as no surprise

I’ve been dabbling in decency
Since then my world has opened wide
Now the grip is looser but I’m not quite free
I’ll get there when I get you off of my mind

'Cause I may still find time to cry
But I’ve got moonbeams in my eyes

I’ve been listening to my old LPs
And they all sound so sad, I used to dread
Spending nights like these
But now they don’t feel that bad

'Cause I may still find time to cry
But I’ve got moonbeams in my eyes

I’ve been thinking in terms of a grander scheme
I’ve been thinking about rhythm and rhyme
I’ve stopped blaming, a lack of honesty
I’ve started to forget about wasted time

'Cause I may still find time to cry
But I’ve got moonbeams in my eyes
Moonbeams in my eyes



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