Dry Ice

Album: 1,039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours (1990)
  • Late last night I had a dream
    And she was in it again
    She and I were in the sky
    Flying hand in hand
    I woke up in a cold sweat
    Wishing she was by my side
    Praying that she'll dry tears
    Left on my face I've cried

    Oh, I love her
    Keep dreaming of her
    Will I understand
    If she wants to be my friend?

    I'll send a letter to that girl
    Asking her to be my own
    But my pen is writing wrong
    So I'll say it in a song
    Oh, I love you more right now
    More than I've ever loved before
    Here's those words straight from these lips
    I'll need you forever more

    Oh, I love her
    Keep dreaming of her
    Will I understand
    If she wants to be my friend?

    Oh, I love her
    Keep dreaming of her
    Will I understand
    If she wants to be my friend?

    Come ease the pain that's in my heart [Repeats]

    Late last night I had a dream
    And she was in it again
    She and I were in the sky
    Flying hand in hand
    I woke up in a cold sweat
    Wishing she was by my side
    Praying that she'll dry tears
    Left on my face I've cried

    Oh, I love her
    Keep dreaming of her
    Will I understand
    If she wants to be my friend?

    Oh, I love her
    Keep dreaming of her
    Will I understand
    If she wants to be my friend?

    Come ease the pain that's in my heart [Repeats]Writer/s: BILLIE JOE ARMSTRONG, FRANK E., III WRIGHT, FRANK EDWIN WRIGHT III, JOHN KIFFMEYER, TRE COOL
    Publisher: Another Victory Publishing, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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Comments: 10

  • Sam from Deerfield, IlI am a big green day fan, but i hate this song ( you can't love em all)
  • Rachel from Berkely , Caaww i love this song!
    its one of my fav gd songs!
    it has the best solo ever!!!!!
  • Tiffany from Oakland, Cao mi gosh i love this song and as i type, it's playing on my media player, but yeah....i love this song, 1 of my favorites
  • Katie from Berkly, CaI love this song. It's one of many on the album about how Billie Joe feels about a girl. It's nice to know that guys out there are still willing to write stuff like that without being afraid of being called sappy.
  • Alex from Gourock, United Stateshang on i m jus gna wurk out exactly wot they say... i think its "yes yes we did it"
    yes that is what they say. at the end of basket case on int/ superhits billie says "i really like that song" and at the end of walking alone on nimrod mike goes "wasn't that all, like, in one take?" sorry random info i had 2 tell someone :S
  • Brandon from Moscow Mills, MoGreat song the first time, but gets on your nerves a bit. Is it me or did they still make a couple mistakes in the song, even though it was recorded about 15 times?
  • Caitlin from Durham, NcHey im glad these songs are posted. the old songs like these are the best!!!!!!!!1 i love old green day
  • Caitlin from Durham, Ncthis song rocks!!!!!!1
  • Yuya from Kyoto, JapanZac, Tanya has a point. It might be ebcause she's one of the biggest GD fans out there.
  • Tanya from London, Englandone of my all time faves
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