Deep In A Dream

Song Author Eddie DeLange og Jimmy Van Heusen Lyrics by: Eddie DeLange og Jimmy Van Heusen Performer: Artie Shaw Submitted by: Anonymous
I [E]dim all the l[E+7]ights and I [E7]sink in my c[E6]hair.
The s[A]moke from my [A+5]cigrette cl[A7/6]imbs through the [A7]air.   
The w[Dalt]alls of my r[D6]oom fade a -[Dm+7] way in the [Dm6]blue,    
And I'm [Bm7]deep in a [Bm7-5]dream of [E7]you.   

The s[E]moke makes a s[E+7]tairway for [E7]you to desc[E6]end;   
You [A]come to my [A+5]arms, may this b[A7/6]liss never e[A7]nd,   
For[Dalt] we love a[D6]new just as[Dm+7] we used to [Dm6]do    
When I'm d[D9]eep in a d[E7]ream of y[A]ou.  

Then from the c[C]eiling,[Am] sweet [Dm7]music comes s[G7]tealing;
We g[C]lide through a[Gdim] lover's refr[Dm7]ain; [G7]    
You're so app[C]ealing [Am] that[Dm7] I'm soon rev[G7]ealing
My l[C]ove for you[Gdim] over aga[Dm7]in.     [G7]    

My c[E]igarette [E+7]burns me, I [E7]wake with a st[E6]art;   
My [A]hand isn't h[A+5]urt, but there's[A7/6] pain in my he[A7]art.   
A[Dalt]wake or as[D6]leep, ev'ry[Dm+7] mem'ry I'll[Dm6] keep    
[D9]Deep in a [E7]dream of [A]you.

I dim all the lights and I sink in my chair.
The smoke from my cigrette climbs through the air.
The walls of my room fade a - way in the blue,
And I'm deep in a [Bm7-5]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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  • E6
  • A
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  • Dalt: not exist
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  • Dmaug7: not exist
  • Dm6
  • Bm7
  • D9
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  • Dm7
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  • Gdim

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