David Harris (18 June 1945 / Bradfield, England)
Got the moon over my left shoulder
as the sun rises on my right,
the sun says its morning
while the moon says no its night.
I’m half asleep and half awake,
but totally confused,
I wish one of them;
either the sun or the moon
would make up their mind
as to whether it is day or night.
Should I be getting up
or should I be going to bed.
Because at this moment
I am just a tad totally confused.
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