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Three legged dog, remember when you brought him home.
He was talking to himself cause he'd always been alone.
April is a fine time, just thought you'd be around in June.
I guess we never really promised, but I'll see you on the moon.

I'll see you on the moon, where everyone is well,
And you never have to wait if you got a story to tell.
And way deep down inside, you always know just what to do,
When you're flying all around up there on the moon.

When I was a little girl I was always coming round.
I haven't really changed much. I'm just in a hurry now.
April is a fine time, but now I'm thinking about June.
We never really talked about it, but I'll see you on the moon.

I'll see you on the moon, where everyone is well,
And you never have to wait if you got a story to tell.
And way deep down inside, you always know just what to do,
When you're flying all around up there on the moon.

Three legged dog, out there making a fuss.
I'm trying to get to sleep. It's down to the two of us.
April is a fine time, just thought you'd be around for June.
I know we never really promised, but I'll see on the moon.

I'll see you on the moon, where everyone is well,
And you never have to wait if you got a story to tell.
And way deep down inside, you always know just what to do,
When you're flying all around up there on the moon.



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