What I want, you've got And it might be hard to handle But like the flame that burns the candle The candle feeds the flame, yeah yeah
What I've got's full stock of thoughts and dreams that scatter You pull them all together And how, I can't explain, Oh yeah, well well you You make my dreams come true Well well you, oh yeah You make my dreams come true
Girl oh yeah
On a night when bad dreams become a screamer When they're messin' with a dreamer I can laugh it in the face
Twist and shout my way out And wrap yourself around me 'Cause I ain't the way you found me And I'll never be the same, oh yeah
Well 'cause you, You make my dreams come true, oh yeah Well well you, ooh ooh You make my dreams come true, whoa yeah
Well listen to this, oh
I'm down on the daydream Oh that sleepwalk should be over by now I know Ah you, yeah yeah you make my dreams come true, oh yeah I've been waiting for, waiting for you girl, oh yeah You make my dreams come true Make you make you make, I've been waiting for, waiting for you girl All night You make my dreams come true, oh whoa whoa I've been waiting for, waiting for, waiting for, waiting for, Waiting for, waiting for, waiting for
Woo ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh I've been waiting for you girl
Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn February 27th 1982, Hall & Oates performed "You Make My Dreams" on the NBC-TV program 'Saturday Night Live"... Ten months earlier on April 26th, 1981 it entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position #82; and on June 28, 1981 it peaked at #5 (for 3 weeks) and spent 21 weeks on the Top 100 (and for 6 of those 21 weeks it was on the Top 10)... Was track two of side two of the duo's ninth studio album, 'Voices', and the album peaked at #17 on Billboard's Top 200 Albums chart... Three other tracks from the album also made the Top 100; ""How Does It Feel to Be Back" (#30), "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" (#12), and "Kiss on My List" (#1 for 3 weeks)... Track three of side two on the album was "Everytime You Go Away", it was composed by Daryl Hall and not released as a single, but in 1985 Paul Young covered it and it reached #1 on the Top 100.
Keith from Philadelphia, PaPhilly's own!!!!
Jon from St. Paul, MnHow come it is your least favorite from them Paul?
Paul from Detroit, Mimy least favorite from this creative Duo.