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  • two young women in a bookstore the opening blast of "moondance" powered through the softness of classical music that no one could hear in the cafe of a barnes and noble.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • Current Music: it's a marvelous night for a moondance

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  • Michael Jackson gets to moondance back to Neverland, the runaway bride gets big bucks for her story and cable has to find a new saga.

    CONVENTIONAL WISDOM

  • CW Michael Jackson gets to moondance back to Neverland, the runaway bride gets big bucks for her story and cable has to find a new saga.

    CONVENTIONAL WISDOM

  • This is about the moondance cafe if you read the yahoo news its in there too

    Moondance Diner: It's Gone

  • Crazy woman, firestorm evergreen huckleberry larkspur moondance mountain twilight moose creek redtail hawk thunderhead wilderness yellowstone

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • By the time the third moondance was done, SplitEar had lost a full half of the Hunt and had to return to PackHome.

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  • And if you're feeling especially ambitious, join me on a run in the early morning, with the stars up above, for one heck of a marvelous moondance.

    Greeley Tribune - Top Stories

  • "Well, it's a marvelous night for a moondance, with the stars up above in your eyes."

    Greeley Tribune - Top Stories

  • And in an unscripted moment, she told the truth. say so she gambled with a popular answer and got it wrong. moondance to understand what Biden was talking about and defaulted to disagreeing and changing the subject when she didn't know what was going on.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

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  • With the stars up above in your eyes.

    April 11, 2007

  • It's a marvelous night for one!

    April 10, 2007