The Last Dream (Ray Thomas)

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A simple man had the strangest dream

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He stood in a garden of flowers that overlooked the sea

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And there sailing by were his truth and his lies going home

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While all around the sweetest sounds

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Filled the air with love they made his senses pound

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He saw with open mind his life turn with the tide to go home

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Memories of youth had passed before

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He and he alone could count the score for he was free he was free

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This was his last dream

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Such melodies are made to sing

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The mellow sounds within a thousand violins

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Caught upon the breeze they play in harmony sweet harmony

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At last he knew his act was through

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With no applause and no encores though the house was full

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So bring the curtain down lay him in the ground for he's gone home

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Memories of youth had passed before

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He and he alone could count the score now he is free he is free

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This was his last dream

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[ ] Repeat and fade

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Written by: Mick Anderson [email protected]

Contributions by: Shelley Giblin
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