In My Dreams

Album: The Awakening (2011)
  • Since you've gone
    Nothing seems to fit no more
    And nothing's as it was before

    Everyday
    Is a battle that I just can't win
    I know I won't see you again

    But, I keep waiting for the night
    I close my eyes and hope you'll find me sleeping

    'Cause in my dreams
    We can spend a little time just talking
    In my dreams
    We're side by side just walking

    Oh, I think of the times we used to know
    The places we used to go
    Are still there
    In my dreams
    On the front of the crossbar of your bike
    We can go anyplace, anywhere you like
    In my dreams

    And as hard as it seems
    Till then I'll wait
    To see you again
    In my dreams

    Don't you wake me up
    I don't wanna go nowhere
    I've been waiting for a zillion years

    You're gone too soon
    I know I'll never get the chance
    To say the things I never said

    But I keep waiting for the night
    I close my eyes and hope you'll find me sleeping

    'Cause in my dreams
    We can spend a little time together
    In my dreams
    We're side by side just walking

    Oh by the pier that we used to know
    The places we used to go
    Are all still there
    In my dreams
    On the front of the crossbar of your bike
    We can go anyplace, anywhere you like
    In my dreams

    And some place when I feel will fade away
    Till then I'll wait
    To see you again
    'Cause I'll wait, I'll wait
    To see you again
    In my dreams

    I'll see you again
    In my dreams Writer/s: JAMES MORRISON, DAN WILSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
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