Treasure Island

Tony Avila Sampson


Moon Dance


first verse
I traveled to the moon
to ride a space balloon
I sing a brand new tune
and dance in a commune

CHORUS
Watch me do the moon dance
first I take a moon stance
feeling full of romance
going in a moon trance

second verse
To this unearthly place
came all the human race
to roam the outer space
our moon we now embrace

third verse
The shoulders we will row
then we jump high and show
how far up we can go
as we move real slow

fourth verse
You can moon dance this way
make your body to sway
moon bobbin' to play
dancing up up and away


Tony Avila Sampson
Copyright © 2014 Tony Avila Sampson

Submitted: Monday, June 09, 2014

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