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(Kathy Louvin/Mark Collie)

I can't sleep
For dreaming about you
When you're gone
There's nothing I can do
But lie awake alone
And dream the whole night through
I can't sleep
For dreaming about you

I close my weary eyes
And see your face
I hold my pillow tight
And dream of your embrace
I know that I could use the rest
But My lonely heart cries out for your caress

I can't sleep
For dreaming about you
When you're gone
There's nothing I can do
But lie awake alone
And dream the whole night through
I can't sleep
For dreaming about you

They say that absence makes a love grow stronger
But I don't believe my empty arms can hold out any longer

I can't sleep
For dreaming about you
When you're gone
There's nothing I can do
But lie awake alone
And dream the whole night through
I can't sleep
For dreaming about you

I can't sleep
For dreaming about you



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