The Ballad of Moon Moon

by Tom Smith



In case you happen not to know the ultimate story behind this one, the 411's at . Why did I do the song? Because, earlier this year, I found an Assassin's Creed name generator which declared my assassin name was... Moon Moon. I can take a hint.


A lycanthrope’s life is difficult for sure,
At moonrise, your body starts to change,
Big ol’ fangs, an awful lot of fur,
Yellow eyes and other stuff that’s strange.

You’re cursed to roam the hills and fields all night,
Hungry for most any type of game,
But there’s one who got, a double dose of moonlight,
And since then he ain’t hardly been the same.

Moon Moon, Moon Moon,
His brain’s about two sizes too small,
Moon Moon, Moon Moon,
The derpiest werewolf of them all.


While the other werewolves stalk their prey,
Striking when they find the perfect chance,
Moon Moon runs right in with them to play,
And sometimes, Moon Moon must dance.
(little tapdancing riff)

Moon Moon, Moon Moon,
Burying his face in the sand,
Moon Moon, (IMMA GO GET THE THING) Moon Moon (It’s over... I don’t know),
Don’t tell him stuff, ‘cause he won’t understand.

Sometimes he forgets just what he likes to eat,
Sometimes he jumps like a frog,
Sometimes he’ll BOOP a kitten’s nose and then retreat,
Sometimes he forgets how to dog

So if you’re out upon the moors at night,
Beware when the wolfsbane is in bloom,
‘Cause if you aren’t careful, you just might
Meet a werewolf with the brains of a legume.

Moon Moon, Moon Moon,
He’s famous far and wide and big and tall,
Moon Moon, Moon Moon,
He fills his foes with fear and folderol.
Moon Moon, Moon Moon,
The derpiest werewolf of them all!

I got the thing
You can’t see me, I’m a flower
Hey, Wing Wing! Fin Fin! Where are you guys? I must DANCE some more!
WHEE I’m a flat tire


released October 14, 2016




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Weird Al with more books, JoCo with more jokes, Carlin with more Cthulhu. Since 1985, Tom Smith has been breaking hearts, minds, and laws of propriety and physics with his insane blend of sf/fantasy, Life With Computers, pop culture, politics, and puns. More than twenty albums later, he maintains the best is yet to come. ... more

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