I Dreamed Last Night

Album: Blue Jays (1975)
Charted: 47
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  • Oh, I dreamed last night
    I was hearing, hearing your voice
    And the things that you said
    Well, they left me, left me no choice

    And you told me we had the power
    And you told me this was the hour
    That you don't know how
    If I could show you now

    Well I dreamed last night
    You were calling, calling my name
    You were locked inside of you secrets
    Calling my name

    And you told me, lost, was the key
    And you told me, how you long to be free
    That you don't know how
    Oh, let me show you now

    Like a bird on a far distant mountain
    Like a ship on an uncharted sea
    You are lost in the arms, that have found you

    Don't be afraid
    Love's plans are made
    Oh, don't be afraid

    If there's a time and a place to begin love
    It must be now
    Let it go, set it free

    Oh, I dreamed last night
    I was hearing, hearing your voice
    Why did you say those things
    That have left me, left me no choice?

    When you told me, we had the power
    Why did you tell me, now, was the hour
    But you don't know how
    Oh, let me show you now

    Like a bird on a far distant mountain
    Like a ship on an uncharted sea
    You are lost in the arms that have found you

    Oh, don't be afraid
    Love's plans are made
    Don't be afraid

    If there's a time and a place to begin love
    It must be now
    Let it go, set it free

    Oh, I dreamed last night
    I was hearing, hearing your voice

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