Winter Moon Song

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So ….What “Moon” song are you thinking about? β™₯

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60 Responses to Winter Moon Song

  1. Rhonda says:

    Moonlight in Vermont…of course! πŸ™‚

  2. Moonlight Sonata for us. Lovely shots.

  3. Jeannette says:

    Moon River…I can hear Andy Williams singing it:)

  4. Blue Moon, you let me standing alone….

  5. We had ice rain Saturday night, rain yesterday, and sun and about 60 today. What a crazy January! … Sinatra – Fly Me to the Moon. πŸ™‚

  6. bulldog says:

    “Fly me to the moon” by Frank…

    Fly me to the moon
    Let me swing among those stars
    Let me see what spring is like
    On Jupiter and Mars

    In other words, hold my hand
    In other words, baby, kiss me

    Damn now I’m sing it and it will be in my head all flipping night…

  7. artsifrtsy says:

    Moon RIver – Breakfast at Tiffany’s – fake Audry version. I was sorely tempted to get out the tripod last night but I was just too tired. Lovely set!

  8. Moons – I have to love them. Often they seem so close I could pluck them out of the sky. Other times they are so far away the stretching reach wouldn’t be worth it. I love the night and the moon and enjoy walking the dogs when the moon is out and the world seems lazy.

  9. I’m thinking Moon River too… it always makes me think of my uncle Fred… he always used to play it on his electric organ when I was a kid πŸ™‚

  10. I’m Being Followed By A Moon Shadow….

    and it’s – yes that is minus 22 Celsius here. Brrrrrr…….

  11. Forgot the most important part of my response πŸ™‚ The link to MoonShadow by Cat Stevens

  12. mimijk says:

    Blue Moon – cause it was the first song that came into my mind..

  13. ly says:

    Moonlight Sonata–can here it in my mind now. thanks


  14. Walter de la Mare’s poem “Silver” set to music by Armstrong Gibbs. I once sang this song at a recital, and felt quite transported by both the words and the music! It’s sung here by Linda Grace.

  15. I can only open one of the posted pictures – and it is very beautiful!

    The first song I am always thinking about when asked for a moon song is a German tune, written by Johann Abraham Peter Schulz with the lyrics of Matthias Claudius. It is called “Der Mond ist Aufgegangen” (the moon has risen). I found a lovely a capella version of it on YouTube, here:

    (First time I ever looked it up on YouTube at all, actually.)

  16. Just a heads up – a lot of your photos are NOT appearing on the blog. have liked to see this Moon and the 52 reasons.

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