It's the Same Old Dream
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Sammy Cahn
Lyricist
Jule Styne
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"It's the Same Old Dream" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records. Sinatra recorded this song alongside Four Hits and a Miss.

This song was released as an A-side single in 1947. The B-side of this song was "The Brooklyn Bridge." Neither of these songs charted, however.[1]

Lyrics

I can see a steeple - surrounded by people
Oh how real it all starts to seem
Just as the choir is singing - my alarm starts ringing
It's the same old dream

And then my thoughts inspire - a scene by the fire
In a cottage close by a stream
I know it all by heart now - we're about to part now
It's the same old dream

If you but knew
How many times I pretend - that I'm with you
I'm sure your heart would unbend - you'd see me through
Until my dream had a happy ending

And I can picture clearly - the things I love dearly
In the center you reign supreme
We kiss and I discover - I'm a lonesome lover
It's the same old dream

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