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THE DREAM I HAD LAST NIGHT (Cardigan / Brennan / Story, 1915) Have you ever discovered the reason why The moment you close your sleepy eye, there's something always comes and sets you dreaming; And you think you're the son of a millionaire And you're the sole surviving heir And how to spend his money you are scheming Last night I fell asleep upon the hay pile And in the mean-while This hay pile went floating thru the air To a place I don't know where But I saw a world of wonders there Did you ever wake up with a funny grin And sit with your hands up on your chin and wish that you were back again in Dream land. In that wonderful land when you're in so strong Where all is right and nothing's wrong And everybody's giving you the glad hand When I'm asleep I like to dream of money Now ain't it funny how money will follow you it seems When you're wrap'd in idle dreams But it leaves you when the morning beams. I was the guest of honor of a millionaire Kings were there a swell affair Rulers of every land were waiting in a row to hand me all their dough All of a sudden things began to fade away And what I saw gave me an awful fright. I was all alone in swimmin' with a hundred thousand women That's the dream I had last night. I was the guest of honor of a millionaire Kings were there a swell affair Rulers of every land were waiting in a row to hand me all their dough All of a sudden things began to fade away And what I saw gave me an awful fright I was perched upon a steeple throwing money to the people That's the dream I had last night.

    


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