Dreamer's Ball Lyrics - Queen

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Credits
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: Daniel Black, Domenico Canu, Marco Baroni, Alessandro Neri, Monica Della
release date: 1978-11-10
genres: Rock Blues
styles: Rock & Roll/Hard Rock/Pop Rock/Arena Rock
length: 3:31
producer: Roy Thomas Baker and Queen
engineer: Geoff Workman
arranger: Queen
additional engineer: John Etchells
piano: Freddie Mercury
vocal: Roger Taylor, Brian May and Freddie Mercury
bass guitar: John Deacon
electric guitar: Brian May
percussion: Roger Taylor
acoustic guitar: Brian May
composer: Brian May
lyricist: Brian May
Oh I used to be your baby
Used to be your pride and joy
Mmm, You used to take me dancing
Just like any other boy
But now you've found another partner
And left me like a broken toy

Oh it's someone else you're taking
Someone else you're playin' to
Honey though I'm aching
Know just what I have to do
If I can't have you when I'm wakin'
I'll go to sleep and dream I'm with you

Oh take me take me take me
To the dreamer's ball
Mmm, I'll be right on time and I'll dress so fine
You're gonna love me when you see me
I won't have to worry
Take me take me
Promise not to wake me till it's morning
It's all been true

What do you say about that then honey ?
Are you gonna take me to that dreamer's ball ?
I'd like that
Right on that forty second street
Way down down town we must go

Oh take me take me take me
I'm your plaything now
You make my life worthwhile with the slightest smile
Or destroy me with a barely perceptible whisper
Gently take me remember I'll be dreamin' of my baby
At the dreamer's ball

Oh, take me hold me
Remember what you told me
You'd meet me at the dreamer's ball
I'll meet you at the dreamer's ball
Ooh



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Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Mustapha
  • 2 Fat Bottomed Girls
  • 3 Jealousy
  • 4 Bicycle Race
  • 5 If You Can’t Beat Them
  • 6 Let Me Entertain You
  • 7 Dead on Time
  • 8 In Only Seven Days
  • 9 Dreamer’s Ball
  • 10 Fun It
  • 11 Leaving Home Ain’t Easy
  • 12 Don’t Stop Me Now
  • 13 More of That Jazz