Well there's a dreamer in my dreams
Swinging from the beams
With light shining off the snow

Well there's a singer in my heart
Burning up my charts
With songs about things we all know

Well there's a blister on his brain
That's driving him insane
Cause all good things they gotta go

Well there's a child on the way
It could be any day
But how this life will change him
That we don't know

Well there's a child on the way
Gonna look just like him
One day, he's gonna say
"Ain't you my dad?"

Then he's gonna look down and smile
And after a while, he'll say,
"That's for sure, cause you got my eyes."

Well there's a dreamer in my dreams,
He's hanging from the beams
With a light shining off the snow

There's a blister on his brain
It's driving him insane
And all good things have to go
Alright

There's a dreamer in my dreams
Swinging from the beams
With a light shining off the lake

Well I know I've made mistakes
I'm passing them on
But I hope he gets up before dawn
Alright

(Yeah, that's it)

There's a dreamer in my dreams
Climbing up the back
Of a car they used to call a Cadillac

It's got a brand new set of keys
It's got a new look, it's got a new look
And he's gonna, he's gonna take it all the way

(I'm leaving)

There's a dreamer in my dreams
Swinging from the beams
All jacked up in my garage

He's hanging from a belt
He don't know what he's done
Just don't forget to say goodbye when he's gone

(That's it!)


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Dreamer in My Dreams Lyrics as written by Jeffrey Scott Tweedy Jeff Tweedy

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    General CommentYou know, this one was puzzling me, but after logging in, I'll have to agree with the folks above. you know, it IS a fun song. I think I appreciate ths one a lot more than I did about 10 minutes ago. I always liked it, though.
    Birdieballon May 26, 2008   Link

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