October 8, 2008

Bad Moon Rising

In a column on EthicsDaily.com, Dwight Moody writes:

I’m not the only one who is humming the tune and muttering the text of that old Creedence Clearwater hit “Bad Moon Rising.” The lyrics written by John Fogerty are once again the commentary of choice on these turbulent days:

I see a bad moon arising. / I see trouble on the way. / I see earthquakes and lightnin’. / I see bad times today. CHORUS: Don’t go around tonight, / Well, it’s bound to take your life, / There’s a bad moon on the rise.

This is the mood of our time.


read the entire column here