Walking on the Moon by The Police

The Police

The Police

An English rock band formed in London in 1977, The Police consisted of Sting (songwriter, lead vocals and bass guitar), Andy Summers (guitar), and Stewart Copeland (drums and percussion. The band was globally popular during the British new wave scene of the late 1970s and early 1980s and played a style of rock influenced by punk, reggae, and jazz

Walking on the Moon
Album: Regatta de Blanc
Date: 1979
Genre: New Wave

Lyrics by Sting

Giant steps are what you take
Walking on the moon
I hope my legs don’t break
Walking on the moon

We could walk forever
Walking on the moon
We could be together
Walking on, walking on the moon

Walking back from your house
Walking on the moon
Walking back from your house
Walking on the moon

Feet they hardly touch the ground
Walking on the moon
My feet don’t hardly make no sound
Walking on, walking on the moon

Some may say
I’m wishing my days away
No way
And if it’s the price I pay
Some say
Tomorrow’s another day
You stay
I may as well play

Giant steps are what you take
Walking on the moon
I hope my legs don’t break
Walking on the moon

We could walk forever
Walking on the moon
We could be together
Walking on, walking on the moon

Some may say
I’m wishing my days away
No way
And if it’s the price I pay
Some say
Tomorrow’s another day
You stay
I may as well play

Keep it up, keep it up
Keep it up, keep it up
Keep it up, keep it up
Keep it up, keep it up

Keep it up, keep it up
Keep it up, keep it up
Keep it up, keep it up
Keep it up, keep it up

Keep it up, keep it up
Keep it up, keep it up
Keep it up, keep it up
Keep it up, keep it up

Keep it up, keep it up
Keep it up, keep it up

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