“You Saw The Whole of the Moon” by the Waterboys, recorded and released in 1985. Chances are very good you’ve never heard of this song; that’s ok, ‘cause now you will. Let’s see: you have to dig the celestial references like I saw the crescent; You saw the whole of the moon; You stretched for the stars; you filled the skies; I spoke about wings; you just flew; you know how it feels to get too high too far too soon; you came like a comet, blazing your trail; and even the ominous reference to potential space weapons: cannonballs. It gets a bit weird at the end with the sound effects, trumpets, and wispy falsetto background, but I like it. I mean I really like it. What’s not to like? Five stars.