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The Moon Got in My Eyes
Composer
Johnny Burke
Lyricist
Arthur Johnston
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1966
Recording
November 30, 1965
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"The Moon Got in My Eyes" is a song written by Arthur Johnston. It was featured in Frank Sinatra's 1966 Reprise album Moonlight Sinatra.

Lyrics Edit

Out of the darkness you suddenly appeared,
You smiled and I was taken by surprise.
I guess I should have seen right through you
But the moon got in my eyes.

I was so thrilled by the love you volunteered,
I gave my love without a compromise.
I guess you don't remember do you?
When the moon got in my eyes.

I thought a kingdom was in sight
That I would have the right to claim,
But with the morning's early light
I didn't have a dream to my name.

You know the saying that all who love are blind;
It seems that ancient adage still applies.
I guess I should have seen right through you,
But the moon got in my eyes.

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