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Bruce Springsteen – Follow That lyrics

If your heart is restless and you can't go on
When you're tired and weary, but you can't go on
Well a distant dream is a callin' you
Then there's just one thing that you can do

Yeah, you gotta follow that dream wherever that dream may lead you
You gotta follow that dream wherever that dream may lead

Now if I walk in dreams
And if I talk in dreams
I need someone with a love I can trust
And together we'll search for the things that come to us
Baby in dreams, in dreams

Now every man has the right to live
The right to a chance to give what he has to give
The right to fight for the things he believes
For the things that come to him in dreams

Baby in dreams, I walk in dreams
I talk in dreams
I live in dreams



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