(Dreamin', dreamin')
(Dreamin') Shu do do do
(Dreamin') Hey, hey

Shoop do do do do do do
I'm dreamin
Shoop do do do do do do
I'm dreamin'
Yeah baby, Dreamin'

You had me thinking right from the start
That our feeling will never keep us apart
You had me thinking that I was the one
But I never knew it was only for fun

Tell me that me that I'm dreamin'
Say you're never leavin'
Don't you wanna be with me
(Don't you wanna be with me)
Tell me that I'm dreamin'
Say you're never leavin'
Your heart will be safe you'll see

Isn't it true that my love for you
Is here to stay, it'll never go away

Isn't it true that my love for you
Is here to stay baby there will always be that day


Know how can I know that summer days are gettin' lonely
And how can I know that my love is gettin' stronger
I dream away

Girl if you only knew
Just how much I really love you
I think about you night and day
My love for you will always stay

I never knew it was only for fun
You had me thinkin' that I was the one


Come on now you and me girl we were meant to be
Together forever in harmony, yeah (x4)
Tell me that I'm dreaming (x3)
Say it all again
Tell me that I'm dreaming (x3)
Sing it to me one more time
Repeat to fade

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Tell Me That I'm Dreaming Lyrics as written by HOWARD DOROUGH, LOUIS J. PEARLMAN

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    Good old rarity by BSB!

    HELENzon January 17, 2013   Link

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