Artist Toploader
Album Onka's Big Moka
Genre(s)
Note Song is originally by "King Harvest" (1973). Covered by Toploader in 1999 which made the song chart in the UK (March 2000).
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Intro -x2-: Dm   G   C   Am

              Dm             G 
We get it on most every night 
          C                  Am
when that moon is big and bright
            Dm             G 
It’s a supernatural delight 
            C              Am
everybody’s dancing in the moonlight

Interlude: Dm   G   C   Am

          Dm                  G  
Everybody here is out of sight, 
           C                   Am
they don’t bark and they don’t bite
                 Dm                      G    
They keep things loose they keep it tight,    
            C
everybody’s dancing in the 
Am
moonlight


Dm                      G             
Dancing in the moonlight, everybody’s 
C                  Am 
feeling warm and bright
            Dm                    G 
It’s such a fine and natural sight, 
            C              Am
everybody’s dancing in the moonlight


Interlude: Dm   G   C   Am

            Dm                     G     
We like our fun and we never fight,      
        C                Am
you can dance and stay uptight
             Dm            G 
It’s a supernatural delight, 
            C              Am
everybody’s dancing in the moonlight


Dm                      G             
Dancing in the moonlight, everybody’s 
C                Am
feeling warm and bright
            Dm                    G 
It’s such a fine and natural sight, 
            C              Am
everybody’s dancing in the moonlight

Interlude -x2-: Dm   G   C   Am

          Dm                 G 
We get it on most every night 
          C               Am
when that moon is big and bright
            Dm             G 
It’s a supernatural delight 
            C              Am
everybody’s dancing in the moonlight


Dm                      G             
Dancing in the moonlight, everybody’s 
C                Am
feeling warm and bright
            Dm                    G 
It’s such a fine and natural sight, 
            C              Am
everybody’s dancing in the moonlight

-repeat and fade-
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5 Comments

  1. What is the strumming pattern and what does +3 mean? 😅

  2. brooklyn_louis

    +3

  3. Keira Morris

    I think it sounds better if you add a G between C and Am but that’s just my opinion.

  4. +3

  5. evakling

    transpose +1

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