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Dream:Roy Orbison.  
Album - In Dreams - released in '63.
Dream was written by Johnny Mercer in 1944
and first recorded by the Pied Pipers.


INTRO: Ebm Db Ebm Db 

#1.
Db                         C
Dream, when you're feeling blue.
Db                         Bb
Dream, that's the thing to do.
Ebm  Gbm                   Db          Fm  Bb
Just watch the smoke rings rise in the air.
Eb                                 Ab
You'll find your share of memories there.

#2.
    Db                     C
So, dream, when the day is through.
Bbm   Ab   Db                  Bb  Fm Bb
Dreeeeeam, and they might come true.
Ebm    Gb           Db          Fm
Things never are as bad as they seem..
Bbm Eb     Ab     Db.......Gb A
so, dream, dream, dream.

#3.
D                      Db
Dream, when the day is through.
Bm                         B
Dream, and they might come true.
Em     Gm7          D           Gbm
Things never are as bad as they seem..
    E      A      D
so, dream, dream, dream.



A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.

            
            
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srhitchcock 10 May 28, 2015 08:26 AM

Thanks Kraziekhat for uploading this. As you say this is an 'easy version'. Would you happen to know the more difficult version's chords? For example at the beginning of the song there is a very nice chord progression. The song features the guitar chords especially at the beginning. I'm still trying to figure out the chords being played, some jazz chords or something.

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Kraziekhat 64,745 May 28, 2015 07:22 PM

I re-did the whole song and posted it as it is now. As far as I know
it's the way Roy Orbison did the song on the album and it
should be O.K. Thanks, Kraziekhat.

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