Fly Away With The Moon

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"Fly Away With The Moon"
Song by Mark Eitzel
Writer(s) Mark Eitzel

"Fly Away With The Moon" is a song by Mark Eitzel, recorded with Bruce Kaphan & Danny Pearson in July of 1995 as part of the 60 Watt Silver Lining sessions. The song did not make the album and remains unreleased.

Lyrics

________ hammer and chisel lasted years
All I knew were fly paper, smoke and mirrors
I can't see or hear the sunset
I hold it in my spoon
So I'll brace myself against the wind
and fly away with the moon

A swing set strong and smooth takes me high
At the top and the bottom hear me scream, satisfied
But the middles are all black and numb
And weightless as the tune
So I brace myself against the wind
and fly away with the moon

Our eyes shined together, they look just like heaven
But I still haven't lost my taste for moving
So what is familiar now just depresses me
I need to find some room
So I brace myself against the wind
and fly away with the moon

It's me and Frankenstein
All my parts were stolen
And stolen parts don't wear out that well
The stitches fall out too soon
I'm just a breath of perfume
So goodbye, goodbye, goodbye
I love you
I'm gonna fly, fly fly
I'm gonna fly, fly fly
I'm gonna fly, fly fly

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