There could be no doubt; the world was fast asleep,—at least so thought the dear old moon.
We want to get there while it stays dark, and before the old moon does get up.
An old moon rose late and illuminated his pastures with a blue glow.
So it appears, said she, like a boat, and it is laden with the old moon—that betokens a storm.
We shall have the old moon after one o'clock to get home by.
It was nothing new for any of us now to look at our old moon.
But no, the old moon shone alone, as she had always shone on them.
But—well—it is a new moon now, I wonder what the old moon will say.
It be an old moon now shining all the night, when the sky an't clouded.
You'll pass out with the old moon unless Bananas dies before.