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I DON'T HAVE TO DREAM AGAIN From the film "Colleen" (1936) (Music: Harry Warren / Lyrics: Al Dubin) Dick Powell (Film Soundtrack) - 1936 Although my dreams were always pleasant You were never present in my land of dreams And then you came along to wake me Came along to make me realise the dreams Were cold and blue after seeing you Oh, I don't have to dream again Never have to beam again Now I know how empty all my dreams will be When you're so lovely in reality You're a breath of Spring, with all its sweet perfume I hear violins when you walk in the room So I don't want to dream again, my dear Not as long as you are here Dreams are only dreams, but you are really true So if I only get a glimpse of you Ev'ry now and then I don't have to dream again (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - June 2017)

    


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