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Voices In Public – In My Dreams lyrics

(M. Beecroft, J. Collins, G. Coulson, J. Heslip, D. Pickell, P. Wildfong)
If I could fly across the ocean
I'd have you fly back with me
So, I could hold you for all time
If I could stop the world
I'd make you mine forever
I can make it happen in my dreams
Chorus A:
In my dreams
I am the only one that you adore
In my dreams
I'd live and breath or even die for
In my dreams
I'll have to settle for you in my dreams
In my dreams
If I could light the sky from darkness
You could see the way I feel
Just to see you face to face
If I could silence the noise
You could listen to my heart
Then you'd know my love is true
Then you'd know my love is true
Chorus A
Chorus B:
Wish you were here with me
I'd touch you deep inside
Feelin' your body move
In perfect time with mine
Why must you only be
A vision of the night?
Why must I only see you in my dreams?
All I want is to take your hand
And feel your pulse beat for real
I'd keep you safe as I hold you
I want you to feel what I feel
Chorus A
Chorus B



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