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Rhythm Of The Moonlight lyrics

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John Robert Jackson – Rhythm Of The Moonlight lyrics

You say you want love
You say you want love that lasts
Every time you go
I can’t wait until you get back
I watch the sun set across the stratosphere
It draws you near to me
The night is just beginning
Well here comes our ole friend
With a wink and a grin
He likes to turn the tide
Likes to see lovers hold tight
And feel the rhythm of his moonlight
Feel the rhythm of his moonlight

Let’s slip away
Slip into the shadows of love
When I hold you close
Getting closer to your glowing embers
They’re bright tonight
Burning bright tonight
The rhythm of the moonlight
The rhythm of the moonlight
Shadows of love
Slip into the shadows of love
And feel the rhythm of the moonlight

From the light above
Tonight one thing I know
If it’s right I’ll hold you tight

Feel the rhythm of the moonlight
Feel the rhythm of the moonlight
The rhythm of the moonlight
The rhythm of the moonlight
The rhythm of the moonlight
The rhythm of the moonlight



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