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Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams
Composer
Billy Moll
Lyricist
Harry Barris, Ted Koehler
Published
August 2, 1954
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August 2, 1954
Recording
1954
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"Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1954 album, Swing Easy!.

History Edit

"Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams" was written by Harry Barris with lyrics by Ted Koehler and Billy Moll, published in 1931. The first charted performance of the song was by Bing Crosby in 1931, and since this rendition of the song, it has become a jazz standard and recorded by several others. Crosby himself performed the song three later times after his 1931 rendition, as well.

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Lyrics Edit

When skies are cloudy and grey
They're only grey for a day
So wrap your troubles in dreams
And dream your troubles away

Until that sunshine peeps through
There's only one thing to do
Just wrap your troubles in dreams
And dream all your troubles away

Your castles may tumble (that's fate after all)
Life's really funny that way
No use to grumble, smile as they fall
Weren't you king for a day?

Just remember that sunshine
Always follows the rain
So wrap your troubles in dreams
And dream your troubles away

Your castles may tumble (that's fate after all)
Life's really funny that way
But no need to grumble, smile as they fall
Weren't you king for a day?

Just remember that sunshine
Always follows the rain
So wrap your troubles in dreams
And dream... dreeaaam your troubles away

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