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The Dream Lyrics

from Japanese Whispers

"The Dream" is track #4 on the album Japanese Whispers. It was written by Smith, Sue C. / Daniels, Joseph Dustin / Dukes, Allen Stanford / Neesmith, David Blake / Tomberlin, Aaron Daniel / Tomberlin, Nathan Timothy.
"The Dream" is track #4 on the album Japanese Whispers. It was written by Smith, Sue C. / Daniels, Joseph Dustin / Dukes, Allen Stanford / Neesmith, David Blake / Tomberlin, Aaron Daniel / Tomberlin, Nathan Timothy.

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And you're too far away, too far away to touch
And this mother's love inside me hurts too much
Prettily waving, playing on the sand
Dreaming of everything, dancing, dancing in our hands

Dancing, dancing
Dancing, dancing
Dancing, dancing
Dancing, dancing

Dizzy, dizzy, dizzy, as I speak like a tumbling cat
I watch in fascination like a vampire bat
Don't do, it don't do it, don't do it, don't do it don't give it away
We'll use it up tomorrow if we don't use it today

We don't use it today
And we don't use it today
And we don't use it today
But we don't use it today

Rest your head, oh just put it outside
All wrapped up in ribbons
The night, the dream, the time, love died
The night, the dream, the time, love, love died

We pushed it in our mouths
Pushed it deep inside, all wrapped up in ribbons
The night, the dream, the time, love died
The night, the dream, the time, love, love died

Songwriters
SMITH, SUE C. / DANIELS, JOSEPH DUSTIN / DUKES, ALLEN STANFORD / NEESMITH, DAVID BLAKE / TOMBERLIN, AARON DANIEL / TOMBERLIN, NATHAN TIMOTHY

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