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Mooning

This song is by Louis St. Louis and Cindy Bullens and appears on the movie soundtrack Grease (1978).

I spend my days just mooning
So sad and blue, so sad and blue
I spend my nights just mooning all over you
All over who?

Oh, I'm so full of love, as any fool can see
'Cause angels up above have hung the moon on me

Why must you go?
Why must I go on mooning?
So all alone, so all alone
There would be no, there would be no more mooning
If you would call me up on the phone

While lying on my sofa bed
I cry and get myself red
Mooning over you

I'll stand behind, you'll stand behind
You mooning forever more, forever more
Someday you'll find, someday you'll find
Me mooning at your front door, at my front door

Whoa, everyday at school I watch ya
Always will until I got ya
Mooning too
There's a moon out tonight

Written by:

Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey

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