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Street of Dreams
Composer
Victor Young
Lyricist
Sam M. Lewis
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Release
1980
Recording
1979
Release
1980
Recording
1979
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"Street of Dreams" is a song that Frank Sinatra first recorded with Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra. The song was featured in a few concerts made by Sinatra before rerecording in a studio album, and can be found on albums such as Sinatra at the Sands and Sinatra Saga.

A new recorded of the song was featured in Sinatra's 1980 Reprise album, Trilogy: Past Present Future.

Lyrics Edit

Love laughs at a king, kings don't mean a thing on the street of dreams
Dreams broken in two can be made like new on the street of dreams

Gold, silver and gold
All you can hold's up there on a moonbeam
Poor, there ain't nobody poor
Long as love is sure on the street of dreams

All the gold, silver and gold
All you can hold's up there on a moonbeam
Poor, nobody's poor
Long as love is sure on the street of dreams
Transcribed by Ron Hontz

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