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"Shine On" is a song sung by John Crops and the Cabbage Gal in the Big City.

Lyrics

The night was mighty dark so you could hardly see

For the moon refused to shine

Couple sitting underneath the willow tree
For love, they pined

Little May was kinda 'fraid of darkness
So she says "I guess I'll go."


Boy began to sigh, looked up to the sky
Told the sky his little tale of woe

So shine on
Shine on harvest moon
Up in the sky

I ain't had no lovin' 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

Snow time ain't no time to stay outdoors and spoon
So shine on
Shine on, harvest moon for me and my gal

Trivia

  • The song "Shine On, Harvest Moon" originated in the early 1900s.
  • John Crops and the Cabbage Gal are only heard singing the first part of the chorus in Tome of the Unknown.
  • An instrumental of Shine On was played in the background of Two Shoes Blues on the For Sara tape.
  • It can listened to as a bonus track on The Blasting Company release of the Over The Garden Wall soundtrack.