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"Moonlight Becomes You" was a popular American mid-20th century Earth musical composition, popular during the 1940s.

The Dixon Hill series holographic novel The Big Good-Bye featured the song in Chapter 13, which was performed by a female singer and band. (Star Trek: First Contact)

In a holoprogram, set in Nazi-occupied 1944 France, Mademoiselle de Neuf said that when the Americans came to liberate Sainte Claire, she'd not be singing Moonlight Becomes You, but actively help them and the French Resistance. (VOY: "The Killing Game")

LyricsEdit

If I say I love you
I want you to know
It's not just because there's moonlight
Although, moonlight becomes you so

You're all dressed up to go dreaming
Now don't tell me I'm wrong
And what a night to go dreaming
Mind if I tag along

If I say I love you
I want you to know
It's not just because there's moonlight
Although, moonlight becomes you so

Excerpts of "Moonlight Becomes You" are published under "fair use" rules.
According to the Star Trek Encyclopedia (4th ed., vol. 2, p. 52), "this song tells of romantic images created by solar reflections from Earth's natural satellite."

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