"A Dream For Julie" as written by Peter James Daltrey and Edmund Kenneth Pumer....
The Tangerine Wizard turns purple for Julie

Mexican clowns are all dancing for Julie
Green bells on their ankles that peal out aloud

Strawberry monkeys are smiling for Julie
With pearl button eyes that reflect velvet clouds

Can you hear them smiling?
You see them smiling
You feel them smiling

Bubble drops upwards and comes down for Julie
While spotlight is dancing and drinking rose wine

Can you hear them dancing?
You see them dancing
You feel them dancing
Can you hear them dancing?
You see them dancing
You feel them dancing in your dream

Treacle tight thimbles and silver for Julie
The clocks are all dead, so the living is fine

Can you hear them living?
You see them living
You feel them living

Can you hear them living?
You see them living
You feel them living

Can you hear them living?
You see them living
You feel them living

Can you hear them living?
You see them living
You feel them living

Can you hear them living?
You see them living
You feel them living

Can you hear them living?
You see them living
You feel them living


Lyrics submitted by joelm, edited by sokorny

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  • +1
    Lyric CorrectionThese are the lyrics for the song "Here Come The Nice," by The Small Faces, not "A Dream for Julie," by Kaleidoscope.
    mbrachmanon May 25, 2017   Link

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