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Debbie Gibson – Only In My Dreams lyrics

Verse 1:
Every time I'm telling secrets
I remember how it used to be
And I realized how much I miss you
And I realize how it feels to be free

Now I see I'm up to no good (no, no, no)
And I wanna start again
Can't remember when I felt good (baby)
No I can't remember when

Chorus:
No, only in my dreams
As real as it may seem
It was only in my dreams

Verse 2:
Couldn't see how much I missed you (now I do)
Couldn't see how much it meant
Now I see my world come tumbling down
(tumbling down my world)
Now I see the road is bent

If I only once could hold you (no, no, no)
And remember how it used to be
If only I could scold you
And forget how it feels to be free

Chorus

No, no, no, no, only in my dreams
As real as it may seem
It was only in my dreams

Chorus

No, no, no, no, only in my dreams
As real as it may seem
It was only in my dreams

No, no, no, only in my dreams
As real as it may seem
It was only in my dreams



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