„I’ve never seen the moon look so lovely as the night I saw it with you.
It let me know I’d never seen the moon before. (Never seen the moon before)
So many speak of the moon as though it had no flaws.
But to compare it to a beauty like yours would give one pause.“

—  Принс

Call My Name
Song lyrics, Musicology (2004)

Последнее обновление 22 мая 2020 г. История
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Принс
американский музыкант и актёр 1958 - 2016

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