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STREET OF DREAMS (Sam M. Lewis / Victor Young) Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians - 1933 Ben Selvin & His Orch. - 1933 Bing Crosby - 1933 Tommy Dorsey & His Orch. (vocal: Frank Sinatra) - 1942 The Ink Spots - 1945 Johnny Bothwell & His Orch. (Instr.) - 1946 Lee Wiley - 1951 Stan Kenton & His Orch. - 1951 Sarah Vaughan - 1953 Billy May & His Orch. (Instr.) - 1953 Gene Ammons & His Orch. (Instr.) - 1953 The Four Freshmen - 1954 Marian McPartland - 1954 Peggy Lee - 1956 Les Elgart & His Orch. - 1957 Chet Baker - 1958 Tony Bennett - 1959 Ella Fitzgerald with Nelson Riddle & His Orch. - 1961 Earl Grant (Instr.) - 1965 Frank Sinatra with Count Basie & His Orch. - 1966 Doris Day - 1967 Lou Rawls - 1967 Ella Fitzgerald & Oscar Peterson - 1974 Herb Jeffries - 1978 Frank Sinatra - 1979 Patti LuPone - 1980 Wesla Whitfield - 2004 Also recorded by: Johnny Mathis; Lou Rawls; Helen Merrill; Cannonball Adderley; Art Tatum; Carmen Bradford; Little Jimmy Scott; Patti Austin; Lorez Alexandria; Ernestine Anderson; Sathima Bea Benjamin; Ray Anthony; Bill Anschell; George Shearing.....and others. As recorded by DORIS DAY: Midnight, look at that steeple It's midnight, unhappy people It's ringing with joy It's ringing with cheer 'Cause yesterday's gone Tomorrow is near Midnight The heart is lighter at midnight Things will be brighter The moment you find More of your kind On the street of dreams Love laughs at a king Kings don't mean a thing On the street of dreams Dreams broken in two Can be made like new On the street of dreams Gold, silver and gold All you can hold Is in the moonbeams Poor, no one is poor Long as love is sure On the street of dreams (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - January 2012) ++++++++++ As recorded by THE INK SPOTS: Love laughs at a king, Kings don't mean a thing, On the street of dreams. Dreams broken in two, Can be made like new, On the street of dreams. Gold, silver and gold, All you can hold, Is in the moonbeams. Poor, no one poor, Long as love is sure, On the street of dreams. (Spoken) Love laughs at a king, `cos Kings don't mean a thing, On the street of dreams. Dreams that's all broken in two You can make `em just like new On the street of dreams Now you take gold, silver and gold All that you can hold Is way up yonder in the moonbeams Poor? Ain't nobody poor Long as love is sure On that old street of dreams (Sung) Love laughs at a king, Kings don't mean a thing, On the street of dreams. Dreams broken in two, Can be made like new, On the street of dreams. Gold, silver and gold, All you can hold, Is in the moonbeams. Poor, no one is poor, Long as love is sure, On the street of dreams. (Contributed by Bill Huntley - January 2005)

    


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