"The Way You Deam" as written by and Duncan Philip Bridgeman Whirimako Barbara Black....
Only Silence remains,
Because (we) have to listen to Him,
Have to listen to the silence have to experience Him

Fall over myself
Don't mean to interrupt
I was not sleeping
Things I forgot
The footstool of God
That's how I feel it
I've righted myself
And folded my hands
As you've talked to God

I love the way you dream
I love the way you dream
I love the way you dream

I love the way you dream
I love the way you dream
I love the way you dream

I love the way you dream
I love the way you dream
I love the way you dream

Even my most base come play my sweet
My instrument
And even all my restraint my sweet
My aim is clumsy
And even if there's only one thing I want for you
I want for you

I love the way you dream
I love the way you dream
I love the way you dream

I love the way you love the way you dream
Want for you want for me
Want for you want for me
Want for you

Even if there's only one thing I want for you
I love the way you love the way you dream
Want for you want for me
Want for you want for me
Want for you

Dream dream dream
Dream dream dream


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"The Way You Dream" as written by Duncan Philip Bridgeman Whirimako Barbara Black

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    General CommentWhat Asha is singing at the start from the Bhagavad Gita.
    Mojave66on April 22, 2005   Link
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    General Commentmake that \"...at the start IS from the...\"
    Mojave66on April 22, 2005   Link
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    General Commentwow, i absolutely love this song. i first heard it on the buddha bar VI compilation a year and half ago, but i just got the 1 giant leap dvd and album a couple months ago. this song still stands out as one of my favorites on the album, though they're all fantastic. i cant believe that's michael stipe singing, his voice sounds so tender and loving. i just love the mixture of the indian singing and this sweet song about dreaming.
    CrayonDrawnCaton August 19, 2005   Link

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