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Only in my dreams could you love me . . .
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Only In My Dreams
|by Katey Shines|
Only in my dreams, we could stay.
Only in your dreams, you would go away.
Only in my dreams, my back would sprout wings, and we could fly afar.
Only in your dreams, my wings would be covered with tar.
Only in my dreams, the world would be a happy place.
Only in your dreams, every person has a name without a face.
Only in my dreams, Iíd tell you how I feel.
Only in your dreams, youíd tell me those feelings arenít real.
Only in my dreams, I would set my heart free.
Only in your dreams, my heart would defy me.
Only in my dreams, you fend for me.
Only in your dreams, itís me you canít see.
Only in my dreams, we could say a nice good-bye.
And only in your dreams, you would make me cry.
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