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WHEN I WAS A DREAMER (AND YOU WERE MY DREAM) (Egbert Van Alstyne (m) / Roger Lewis & George A. Little (l) ) Lyric Quartet (Harry Macdonough / Werrenrath / Baker / Kline) I wandered tonight where the moon softly beams Into the park through a thousand of dreams There I will linger with you dear, once more As I did in the days of yore. When I was a dreamer and you were my dream We lived in a palace of gold Each beautiful dream brought you nearer it seemed Close in my arms to enfold. I dreamed that you always would love me I dreamed of a world just for two But I was a dreamer and you were my dream A dream that has never come true. (chorus) When I was a dreamer and you were my dream We lived in a palace of gold Each beautiful dream brought you nearer it seemed Close in my arms to enfold. (Macdonough) I dreamed that you always would love me I dreamed of a world just for two (Chorus) But I was a dreamer and you were my dream A dream that has never come true. NOTES: Lyrics as released by the Lyric Quartet on April 21 1915 in Camden New Jersey USA under the Victor label. The music/lyrics for this song are preserved and available for listening at the Library of Congress Packard Campus in Washington DC USA. (Transcribed by David Story - January 2014)

    


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