I don’t want to live on the moon…. I’ll dance on a moonbeam and then come home once again

I Don’t Want to Live on the Moon

So if I should visit the moon
Well, I’ll dance on a moonbeam and then
I will make a wish on a star
And I’ll wish I was home once again
Though I’d like to look down at the earth from above
I would miss all the places and people I love
So although I may go I’ll be coming home soon
‘Cause I don’t want to live on the moon
No, I don’t want to live on the moon…….

This is one of my favorite songs…
I loved it when I used to watch it
with my daughter
when she was a little girl…
And I still love it…
it truly touches my heart…

I am so truly thankful for all the places and people I love…

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A few hours after this was posted: ahhhh…a huge, beautiful, very close to  full moon is shining in through the window right now…sooooo beautiful….I may not want to live there, but I sure love gazing up at it…sooooo beautiful….

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11 Responses to I don’t want to live on the moon…. I’ll dance on a moonbeam and then come home once again

  1. sufilight says:

    I have a big, big smile as I am typing this. I loved the graphics of the words against the moon background and the Youtube. 🙂 The message of appreciating what we have in our lives and not what’s on the other side of fence is always a good reminder. Will share in Facebook.

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  2. It is a wonderful song, isn’t it.
    Oddly enough, even though I love it, and it often brings a smile to my face to, it sometimes seems to bring tears to my eyes when I read it or hear it…there seems to be a touching poignancy to it…maybe it’s the idea of finding a balance between the wonders of the outside world and the comfort, happiness and love at home.
    (Maybe, partly, it’s also so sad that Jim Henson died from such a curable illness and didn’t get to come home to the people and places he loved.)

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  3. nrhatch says:

    Thanks, Kathy. There’s no place like home. 😀

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  4. theponderingturtle says:

    AWWWW, I loved this song as a child! Brings back memories, singing along to all the sesame street songs everyday after school : ) Arron Neville and Ernie (with no sexual orientation) sound so good together…I can listen to this over and over like a lullaby…Highlight of my day Thanks Kathy!

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  5. ElizOF says:

    It is that time… so your post was perfectly aligned. 😉

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  6. tuesday2 says:

    Liked the Sesame Street clip…Brings back memories of raising my own daughters. I’m going to share that in our kindergarten classroom. Calming and peaceful music…

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