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Dancing With The Moonlit Knight (Part2, 2 Different Mixes) - Genesis - In The Beginning Vol. 1 (CD)

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  1. Dancing out with the moonlit knight Knights of the Green Shield stamp and shout There's a fat old lady outside the saloon Laying out the credit cards she plays Fortune The deck is uneven right from the start And all of their hands are playing a part The Captain leads his dance right on through the night Join the dance Follow on!
  2. Till the gold is cold Dancing out with the moonlit knight Knights of the Green Shield stamp and shout. There's a fat old lady outside the saloon Laying out the credit cards she plays fortune The deck is uneven right from the start All of their hands are playing apart. The captain leads his dance right on through the night Join the dance Follow on!
  3. Sep 29,  · Song: DANCING WITH THE MOONLIGHT KNIGHT Band: GENESIS Album: SELLING ENGLAND BY THE POUNDS / Transcripted by Rapha?l Chaize / the song was originally transcripted by Maurizio Tiziano More Dancing With The Moonlit Knight chords by Genesis. 54, views, added to favorites times. Author Unregistered. 1 contributor total, last edit on.
  4. Choose and determine which version of Dancing With The Moonlit Knight chords and Guitar tabs by Genesis you can play. Last updated on
  5. Dancing out with the moonlit knight, Knights of the Green Shield stamp and shout. Stále dál! Jdeme jak otáčí se svět. Stále dál! Dokud je zlato nezajímavé. Tančíš dál s rytířem v měsíčním svitu, Rytíři Zeleného štítu dupou a křičí.
  6. Jan 05,  · Song Dancing With The Moonlight Knight ( - Remaster) Artist Genesis; Album Selling England By The Pound [ Remaster] Writers Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford, Peter Gabriel, Tony Banks, Steve.
  7. Dancing with the Moonlit Knight is the first track on the album Selling England by the Pound by British progressive rock band Genesis. An a cappella vocal opens the track. Then, the song progressively gets louder and more upbeat, becoming a rock number.
  8. This song was part of Genesis' shows in It was dropped (like many others) upon the release of The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway and rarely came back into the set. It was performed at the reunion show, to fans' delight. A live version from can be found on Genesis Archives, Vol. 1: .

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