Who Sang Street of Dreams? The Ink Spots

Release information
Writer(s): Richard Lewis
Release Date: 1955
Genre: Jazz Blues Pop
Style: Rhythm & Blues
Some other versions of "Street of Dreams"

Lyrics
Midnight, you heavy laden, it's midnight
Come on and trade in your old dreams for new
Your new dreams for old
I know where they're bought
I know where they're sold
Midnight, you've got to get there at midnight
And you'll be met there by others like you
Brothers as blue
Smiling on the street of dreams

Love laughs at a king
Kings don't mean a thing
On the street of dreams
Dreams broken in two can be made like new
On the street of dreams
Gold, sliver and gold
All you can hold is in the moonbeams
Poor, no one is poor
Long as love is sure
On the street of dreams

Midnight, look at the steeple, it's midnight
Unhappy people, it's ringing with joy
It's ringing with cheer
'Cause yesterday's gone
Tomorrow is near
Midnight, the heart is lighter at midnight
Things will be brighter the moment you find
More of your kind
Smiling on the street of dreams

Love laughs at a king
Kings don't mean a thing
On the street of dreams
Dreams broken in two can be made like new
On the street of dreams
Gold, sliver and gold
All you can hold is in the moonbeams
Poor, no one is poor
Long as love is sure
On the street of dreams

Tracklist
10" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Street of Dreams
  • 2 Please Take a Letter, Miss Brown
  • 3 Address Unknown
  • 4 Don't Get Around Much Any More
  • 5 I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire
  • 6 Someone's Rocking My Dream Boat
  • 7 I Cover the Waterfront
  • 8 Thoughtless

  • Release information
    label: Brunswick Records
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: 10" Vinyl
    script: Latin