Track Title:               It's The Same Old Dream
Album Title:               Frank Sinatra:  The Capitol Years, Disc 2
Prime Artist:              Frank Sinatra

Arranger:                  Nelson Riddle
Written by:                Jule Styne   (Julius Kerwin Stein)
Written by:                Sammy Cahn
From the Album:            This Is Sinatra, Vol. 2  1958 (A)

From the Film:             It Happened In Brooklyn  1947 (M)
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 those 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

(Musical Interlude)

We kiss and I discover I'm a lonesome lover.
It's the same old dream.

Transcribed by: Samantha Stevens
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