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There's a Moon out Tonight
The Capris Lyrics


There's A Moon Out Tonight

Artists: The Capris as sung on "Golden Age Of American Rock'n'Roll Vol. 2"
-Ace CDCHD 445
-peak Billboard position # 3 in 1961
-Words and Music by Al Striano, Joe Luccisano, and Al Gentile

There's a (moon out tonight) whoa-oh-oh ooh
Let's go strollin'
There's a (girl in my heart) whoa-oh-oh ooh
Whose heart I've stolen
There's a moon out tonight (whoa-oh-oh ooh)
Let's go strollin' through the park (ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh)

There's a (glow in my heart) whoa-oh-oh ooh
I never felt before
There's a (girl at my side) whoa-oh-oh ooh
That I adore
There's a glow in my heart I never felt before (ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh)

Oh darlin'
Where have you been?
I've been longin' for you all my life

Whoa-uh-oh baby I never felt this way before
I guess it's because there's a moon out tonight

There's a (glow in my heart) whoa-oh-oh ooh
I never felt before
There's a (girl at my side) whoa-oh-oh ooh
That I adore
There's glow in my heart
I guess it's because

There's a moon out tonight
Moon out tonight
Moon out tonight
Moon out tonight
There's a moon out tonight

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Salvador Delgado

There's a (moon out tonight) whoa-oh-oh ooh
Let's go strollin'
There's a (girl in my heart) whoa-oh-oh ooh
Whose heart I've stolen
There's a moon out tonight (whoa-oh-oh ooh)
Let's go strollin' through the park (ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh)

There's a (glow in my heart) whoa-oh-oh ooh
I never felt before
There's a (girl at my side) whoa-oh-oh ooh
That I adore
There's a glow in my heart I never felt before (ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh)

Oh darlin'
Where have you been?
I've been longin' for you all my life

Whoa-uh-oh baby I never felt this way before
I guess it's because there's a moon out tonight

There's a (glow in my heart) whoa-oh-oh ooh
I never felt before
There's a (girl at my side) whoa-oh-oh ooh
That I adore
There's glow in my heart
I guess it's because

There's a moon out tonight
Moon out tonight
Moon out tonight
Moon out tonight
There's a moon out tonight



Bob Hoyt

I live in Southern Missouri, and driving home from Walmart today, I heard a song I
have not  heard in many years.  The song, by the Castells, is; "So, this is Love".
I graduated in 1961, so we had our reunion a couple of years ago.  It was amazing
that there were 10-12 people who hardly changed.  Some of the girls said I was as
good looking as ever.  Nice words, but when I stand in front of  a mirror I see an old
dude with a slight beer belly. 

I got on the Google page and found several other groups that I didn't
remember.  My older brother got into Folk Music and I really liked it.  In fact,
I played the piano, (by ear) in the little band he formed.

Like many of you, I wish somehow we could hear more of this kind of music on
the radio more often.   I had as many as 500, 45 RPM records, and my music was used for most of our school dances.  When my oldest daughter was in high school, she
had some girl friends come over and listen to our 50's & 60's music and they would
laugh themselves silly.  Well, she has grown up and loves the music of
that era and is trying to get her kids to like it also.  The stuff they listen to now is
100% bad news.

Anyway, thanks for all the nice comments about, "our" music"!!!

Take care,  Rob



All comments from YouTube:

catman916

As one who lived through this era, I appreciate these old songs. Thanks for uploading them, Ellie.

K X

So great so charming

Hunterz974

Only born in the 2007 but love the songs as well

Dan Halm

@Kazuhira_Fiddler hi it's putting me in better mood.

Carol Paupst

Ditto

Mr Tony

You old as FUck my guy

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Griselda Moreno

If history does "repeat itself", can this decade just relive again? One could only dream.

Antonio Gomez

Not only repeat it self, but put it on a continuous loop! Love the music, always have.

r m

Yes then we can all buy homes and feed our families

Christine Davey

Men were gentlemen in those days .Dressed smart ,looked after there lady, brought flowers and took them home.
Last era for shivaree.
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