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DREAMING (Bud Flanagan / Reg Connelly) Flanagan & Allen Also recorded by : Henry Hall; Primo Scala & His Accordian Band. Dreaming, just quietly dreaming Dreaming and scheming of what we might have been Might have been a tailor, tinker, soldier, sailor But we’ve only been a failure, not worth a bean Never moan our sorrow, we borrow for the morrow And if tomorrow’s borrow comes up to what we need Might have made a big name, but there’s millions just the same Who are dreaming of what they might have been. (Orchestral Interlude) Never moan our sorrow, we borrow for the morrow And if tomorrow’s borrow comes up to what we need Might have made a big name, but there’s millions just the same Who are dreaming of what they might have been. (Transcribed by Bill Huntley - November 2004)

    


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