Dream Songs

Songs About Dreams and Dreaming

As Spring erupts around us, I tend to get sprng fever and with it, day dreams. Of course, day dreams and night dreams play a large part of most people's lives and none of this was lost on the composers of American popular song. Hundreds and even thousands of songs have been writen over the decades about dreams and most often, the lover of one's dreams.


To celebrate the onset of Spring this year, we offer you a sampling of some of the "dream" songs from our collection and hope you enjoy them. Pull up a chair or sit under the old apple tree and share a few musical dreams with us.



As with most of our features, this month's is covered on two separate pages to speed your downloads and to avoid a mile-long page. Be sure to see them BOTH to fully enjoy all of this month's music!

Go To Page One Of This Month's Feature

Works on Page One
All Aboard For Dreamland, 1914
You Are The Ideal Of My Dreams, 1910
Just A Dream Of You Dear, 1910
How Can I Forget You, 1903
Queen Of My Dreams, 1905
Dream Days
, 1913
Good-Bye, Little Girl Of My Dreams
, 1913

Go To Page Two Of This Month's Feature

Works on Page Two
Will My Dreams Come True, 1914
My Little Dream Girl
, 1915
You're The Brightest Star of All My Dreams
, 1917
City Of Dreams, 1918
Dreaming Alone In The Twilight, 1919
My Isle Of Golden Dreams, 1919
Dreamy Melody, 1922


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