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I'ts a Dream

Song Author Neil Young Lyrics by: Neil Young Performer: Neil Young Submitted by: rokkari
I[C]n the morning when I wake up
and [F]listen to the sound
O[C]f the birds outside on the [F]roof
I [C]try to ignore what the [F]paper says
An[C]d I try not to read all [F]the news
An[C]d I'll hold you if you had [F]a bad dream
An[C]d I hope it never comes [F]true
'C[C]ause you and I been through
so many [F]things together
An[C]d the sun starts climbing the[F] roof

[F]It's [C]a dream
[C]Only [G]a dream
[G]And it's [F]fading now [G]    
[G]Fading away[C]    
[C]It's only a[G] dream
Just a [F] memory without anywher[G]e to stay[C]    

The[C] Red River stills flows through my [F]home town
[C]Rollin' and tumblin' on its [F]way  
S[C]wirling around the old [F]bridge pylons
W[C]here a boy fishes the morning [F]away
[C]His bicycle leans on an oak[F] tree
[C]While the cars rumble over his [F]head
An [C]aeroplane leaves a trail in an [F]empty blue sky
And[C] the young birds call out to be [F]fed  

[F]It's [C]a dream
[C]Only [G]a dream
[G]And it's [F]fading now [G]    
[G]Fading away[C]    
[C]It's only a[G] dream
Just a [F] memory without anywher[G]e to stay[C]    

An[C] old man walks along on the [F]sidewalk
[C]Sunglasses and an old Stetson [F]hat  
The[C] four winds blow the back of his [F]overcoat away
As he[C] stops with the policeman to [F]chat
And a[C] train rolls out of the [F]station
[C]That was really somethin' in its [F]day  
[C]Picking up speed on the [F]straight prairie rails
As it[C] carries the passengers[F] away

[F]It's [C]gone
[C]Only [G]a dream
[G]And it's [F]fading now [G]    
[G]Fading away[C]    
[C]It's only a[G] dream
Just a [F] memory without anywher[G]e to stay[C]    

[F]It's [C]a dream
[C]Only [G]a dream
[G]And it's [F]fading now [G]    
[G]Fading away[C]    
[C]It's only a[G] dream
Just a [F] memory without anywher[G]e to stay[C]    

[F]It's [C]a dream
[C]Only [G]a dream
[G]And it's [F]fading now [G]    
[G]Fading away[C]    

In the morning when I wake up
and listen to the sound
Of the birds outside on the roof
I try to ignore what the paper says
And I try not to read all the news
And I'll hold you if you had a bad dream
And I hope it never comes true
'Cause you and I been through
so many things together
And the sun starts climbing the roof

It's a dream
Only a dream
And it's fading now
Fading away
It's only a dream
Just a memory without anywhere to stay

The Red River stills flows through my home town
Rollin' and tumblin' on its way
Swirling around the old bridge pylons
Where a boy fishes the morning away
His bicycle leans on an oak tree
While the cars rumble over his head
An aeroplane leaves a trail in an empty blue sky
And the young birds call out to be fed

It's a dream
Only a dream
And it's fading now
Fading away
It's only a dream
Just a memory without anywhere to stay

An old man walks along on the sidewalk
Sunglasses and an old Stetson hat
The four winds blow the back of his overcoat away
As he stops with the policeman to chat
And a train rolls out of the station
That was really somethin' in its day
Picking up speed on the straight prairie rails
As it carries the passengers away

It's gone
Only a dream
And it's fading now
Fading away
It's only a dream
Just a memory without anywhere to stay

It's a dream
Only a dream
And it's fading now
Fading away
It's only a dream
Just a memory without anywhere to stay

It's a dream
Only a dream
And it's fading now
Fading away

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