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Deep in a Dream
Composer
Jimmy Van Heusen
Lyricist
Eddie DeLange
Published
September, 1958
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1955
Recording
February 8, 1955
Royalties
Audio
In the Wee Small Hours - Deep in a Dream
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"Deep in a Dream" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1955 album In the Wee Small Hours.

History Edit

"Deep in a Dream" is a song that was written by Eddie DeLange. The music of the song was initially composed by Jimmy Van Heusen.

Releases Edit

Studio recordings
Reissues

Lyrics Edit

I dim all the lights and I sink in my chair.
The smoke from my cigarette climbs through the air.
The walls of my room fade away in the blue,
And I'm deep in a dream of you.
The smoke makes a stairway for you to descend;
You come to my arms, may this bliss never end,
For we love anew just as we used to do
When I'm deep in a dream of you.
Then from the ceiling, sweet music comes stealing;
We glide through a lover's refrain, you're so appealing
That I'm soon revealing my love for you over again.
My cigarette burns me, I wake with a start;
My hand isn't hurt, but there's pain in my heart.
Awake or asleep, ev'ry mem'ry I'll keep
Deep in a dream of you.

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