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Magic Moon (Da Da Da Da Da!) lyrics

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Peter Frampton – Magic Moon (Da Da Da Da Da!) lyrics

Magic Moon (Da Da Da Da Da!)

Do you read your horoscope
Ooh, does it help you cope?
Are you into that?
Do you chew the fat?
Laugh and pinch the salt
Don't it's all your fault

Magic moon
Change this tide of gloom
Read my hand
How long must I stand?
See the sea
Like it used to be
No more gas to burn
Now my wheels
Don't turn around

Those tarot cards we play
Ooh, put them all away
Angry witches brew
What they do to you?
Well, black cat crawls away
Laugh it's just a stray

Magic moon
Change this tide of gloom
Hold my hand
How long must I stand?
Clear my sea
Like it used to be
No more gas to burn
Now my wheels
Don't turn

Magic moon
Change this tide of gloom
Read my hand
What else is there planned?
Don't tell me
When and what to be
Leave it out



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