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Groove Coverage – Moonlight Shadow lyrics

[Verse:]

The last that ever she saw him, carried away by a moonlight shadow,
He passed on worried and warning, carried away by a moonlight shadow,
Lost in a riddle that Saturday night, far away on the other side,
He was caught in the middle of a desperate fight, and she couldn't find how to push through.

[Verse 2:]

The trees that whisper in the evening, carried away by a moonlight shadow,
Sing the song of sorrow and grieving, carried away by a moonlight shadow,
All she saw was a silhouette of a gun, far away on the other side,
He was shot six times by a man on the run, and she couldn't find how to push through.

[Bridge:]

I stay, I pray, I see you in heaven far away,
I stay, I pray, I see you in heaven one day.

[Verse 3:]

Four A. M. In the morning, carried away by a moonlight shadow,
I watched your vision forming, carried away by a moonlight shadow,
Star was glowin' in a silvery night, far away on the other side,
Will you come to talk to me this night, but she couldn't find how to push through.

[Bridge:]

I stay, I pray, I see you in heaven far away,
I stay, I pray, I see you in heaven one day.



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