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Irving Burgess

Days are getting' longer. Robins comin' 'round. Wood pile's gettin' mighty low to the ground.
Fields are gettin' greener. Possum's on the run. Honeysuckles yearnin' for the April sun.
Darlin' are you dreamin' as you surely ought to be 'bout the happy days a-comin' when you'll dream with me.

Seems like only yesterday we made our plans. I up and asked your folks if I could be your man.
Went into town, bought a little ring. Went right down your list and didn't forget a thing.
Darlin' are you dreamin' as you surely ought to be 'bout the happy days a-comin' when you'll dream with me.

As we go down the paths of this world you know, they'll be some days when a cloud will show
But with your help through the joys and through the fears, I'll cherish and I'll love you, dear, through all the years.
Darlin' are you dreamin' as you surely ought to be 'bout the happy days a-comin' when you'll dream with me.

Darlin' are you dreamin' as you surely ought to be 'bout the happy days a-comin' when you'll dream, dream with me.



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