"Dreams Are Ten a Penny" as written by John Carter and Gillian Irene Shakespeare....
When we were children we played in your backyard
And we pretended whenever times were hard

We built a house up in a tree
And dreamed of how our lives would be
But now the tree has died
So gotta say to you

Jenny, Jenny, dreams are ten a penny
Leave them in the lost and found
Jenny, Jenny, dreams are ten a penny
Get your feet back on the ground

You dreamed of heroes riding across the sea
In shining armor but all you had was me

All the time you never knew
All I could do was dream of you
And still I do today
So gotta say to you

Jenny, Jenny, dreams are ten a penny
Leave them in the lost and found
Jenny, Jenny, dreams are ten a penny
Get your feet back on the ground

Jenny, Jenny, dreams are ten a penny
Leave them in the lost and found
Jenny, Jenny, dreams are ten a penny
Get your feet back on the ground


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"Dreams Are Ten a Penny" as written by John Carter Gillian Irene Shakespeare

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