Moonlight Sonata
Ludwig van Beethoven Lyrics

Camper Van Beethoven
Camper Van Beethoven
We Love You
Allah u'akbar
Hare krishna
Praise the lord
And merry christmas
Aw, praise (beatrice)
And hare krishna
Aw, merry krishna
Aw, allah u'akbar

In the interest of democracy repressive action were taken
In order to preserve democracy, repressive action were taken
Well we went down to georgia, we were looking for some fun
Instead we met the devil with a fiddle and a gun
And he said i'm the baddest fiddler anywhere in the land
And when he proved it to us, well, we let him join the band
And he said

Well, the devil he don't have the bomb
And the devil he don't have a gun
The devil hasn't got a car
And the devil he can't play guitar

Dl: rain cloud, moving red, a piece of a galaxy
J: air enormous disgusting parts of a moon
V: babbling babbling landing color of blue white [blah blah] velvet
Dl: what's that? good [blah], a dull new land
J: a horrifying glad magnificent star babbling daphnia, a pulsing
V: a magnificent yellow speculation of velvet light a token rain cloud babbling (woofy)
Dl: a token velvet good. new land
J: [blah blah]
D: a new land

Writer(s): Simon Mulligan, Louis Knatchbull, Jin Suk Song, Beethoven, Paul John Shaw, Olivier Toussaint, David Victor Rogers, Salesses Gerard Roger Serge, Ludwig van Beethoven, Claude Foisy, Donald Gallacher, Keith Blainville Copyright: G. Schirmer Inc. O.B.O. Cutting Edge (Publishing) Ltd., Atmosphere Music Ltd., Musiccube Inc., Jack Russell Music, Delphine Editions, Fox Film Music Corporation, Orange Sky Music Ltd., Supraphon Record Library, Crml Limited, Chappell Recorded Music Library, Focus Music Publishing Ltd.

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

Cian Pritchard

Beethoven, deeply struck with love with a very articulate girl — she was blind. They walked the dew ridden grass, when the night was warm, clear and tidy. Lakeshore, they stood. One with no perception of what darkness was, nor light for that matter. And the other with musical genius gripping her fingers. The lover speaks out:

“What does the moon look like?”

Loudly in peace, Beethoven stayed silent. Hours by, scuttling home. Beethoven wrote a piece. Caressed her ears, with beauty, as the pianist cracks his tears.

Moonlight Sonata.

Briefly, the lady holds the door to the mind’s answer.

“The moon’s beautiful”

Adjusted on the third movement. By C.S. Pritchard.

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Bishal Prajapati

When Beethoven passed away, he was buried in a churchyard.A couple days later, the town drunk was walking through the cemetery and heard some strange noise coming from the area where Beethoven was buried. Terrified, the drunk ran and got the priest to come and listen to it. The priest bent close to the grave and heard some faint, unrecognizable music coming from the grave. Frightened, the priest ran and got the town magistrate. When the magistrate arrived, he bent his ear to the grave, listened for a moment, and said, "Ah, yes, that's Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, being played backwards." He listened a while longer, and said, "There's the Eighth Symphony, and it's backwards too. Most puzzling." So the magistrate kept listening; "There's the Seventh... the Sixth... the Fifth..." Suddenly, the realization of what was happening dawned on the magistrate; he stood up and announced the crowd that had gathered in the cemetery, "My fellow citizens, there's nothing to worry about. It's just Beethoven decomposing."


Bruh 🤣🤣


That was the longest setup for a joke ever but it was worth it

Code Cat

good one


This right here is GOLD. Well done my friend

Samarah Blackie

Long joke but worth it for the ending lol, a year or so after you posted it for us to laugh to😔😭😭💀💀🙏🏼🐺

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This song is my favorite classical piece. There’s actually a story behind this song. Apparently, Beethoven had made and dedicated this sonata to his lover/student he had fallen in love with. But, unfortunately as with the dark tone of this song un-ironically, he asked her hand in marriage and her father forbade it because Beethoven had no status or rank at the time. A truly sad story.


His heart was broken 💔

Not Telling

If you scroll through the comments you’ll see that every hour someone is listening to this.. probably the same millions of people that’s been listening. Absolutely euphoric.

Chris McNeil

Did I miss something? Was this used in something popular recently? Or has everyone collectively been called by Beethoven to this particular piece today? Not complaining, I think it's great, just weird.

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