Christian Guild

(1996-)

Moon Landing


When I first saw you
That night I was running
You blasted me away
Onto the moon landing

90 degrees out in the desert
(we were in the park)
Cupid shot the arrow right through my heart
(Light shown through the dark)
Orion’s belt started glistening
As you took me on a trip to the moon, the moon landing

When I first saw you
That night I was running
You blasted me away
Onto the moon landing

You took my breath away
Just as they say
The puppy came out of me
And I just had to see…
The moon landing
The moon landing
The moon landing

Submitted: Saturday, June 29, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013

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