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Shine On Harvest Moon

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  1. Jul 19,  · Leon Redbone Performs "Shine On Harvest Moon" Written By: Jack Norworth Leon Redbone: Vocals, Guitar & Throat Tromnet William S. Fischer: String Arrangements Jerry Teifer: Background Whistling.
  2. Jan 08,  · Created by Maurice Gran, Laurence Marks. With Elizabeth Spriggs, Maggie Steed, Linda Robson, Lee Whitlock. Upon being demobbed, RAF serviceman Harvey Moon returns home and finds his family involved in various troubles. His wife Rita is not interested in resuming their relationship, and works in a seedy nightclub frequented by American servicemen/10(3).
  3. The night was mighty dark so you could hardly see, For the moon refused to shine. Couple sitting underneath a willow tree, For love they did pine, Little maid was kinda 'fraid of darkness So she said, "I guess I'll go." Boy began to sigh, looked up at the sky, Told the moon his little tale of woe: "oh, shine on, shine on harvest moon up in.
  4. So shine on, shine on, harvest moon For me and my gal (Verse 2) I can't see why a boy should sigh when by his side Is the girl he loves so true All he has to say is: "Won't you be my bride.
  5. So shine on Shine on harvest moon Up in the sky. I ain't had no loving since January, February, June or July. Snow time ain't no time To stay outdoors and spoon, so shine on Shine on harvest moon for me and my gal. Related. 27 Best Ever Songs From Movie Soundtracks; NEW SONG: Luke Combs - 'Six Feet Apart' - LYRICS;.
  6. Shine on Harvest Moon Lyrics: The night was mighty dark so you could hardly see, cause the moon refused to shine / There's a couple sittin ‘neath the willow tree, for love, they pine / Little.
  7. Watch the video for Shine On Harvest Moon from Leon Redbone's Double Time for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  8. "Shine on, Harvest Moon" is a popular earlys song credited to the married vaudeville team Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth. It was one of a series of Moon-related Tin Pan Alley songs of the era. The song was debuted by Bayes and Norworth in the Ziegfeld Follies of to great acclaim.