This is a French Song from long ago
"Au Clair de la Lune" is a French folk song of the eighteenth century. The author is unknown.
Under the moonlight, my friend Pierrot,
Lend me your pen, so I could write a word.
My candle is out, I've no more light.
Open your door for me, for the love of God.
Under the moonlight, Pierrot replied, I've no pen;
I'm in my bed. Go next door,
I believe that she is in,
For in the kitchen, someone lit a match.
Under the moonlight, friendly Lubin
Knocks at the brunette's door,
she suddenly replies "Who's knocking this way",
he says in his turn "Open your door, for the God of love."
Under the moonlight, little can be seen
The pen was looked for, fire was looked for
Searching this way,
I don't know what was found
But I do know that the door,
on them was shut.