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  1. Dreamer's Story

From the album Dreamwalkers

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Dreamer’s Story words and music by Richard Schulman



Jeff Hocker: Bass Guitar, Percussion

Tony Sheppard: Lead Guitar

Culynn Murdock: Vocals

Debbie Stern: Harmony Vocals, Keyboards

Richard Schulman: Vocals, Guitars



Engineering: Al Torchia, Speakeasy Studio, Richard Schulman, Dreamwalker Studio

Mixing and Mastering: Richard Schulman, Patrick Russini

Lyrics

Dreamer’s Story



A dream is a story we tell to ourselves

About ourselves

A dream is a letter sent from the soul

To make us whole

I’m riding in a car with no steering wheel

On a bridge that stops in mid air

A tidal wave approaches, it can’t be real

So why I am I feeling so scared



Chorus 1

Waking up is not the same

As knowing how to play this game

Asking me to reveal

What I’m working to conceal



So if my dreams are all created by me

Why is the pain so intense?

And if it’s self inflicted you might agree

What an odd thing to sense

My first love appears at my birthday party

She winks and seems in good health

I kiss her deeply and she says I’m sorry

Honey you’re kissing yourself



Chorus

Waking up is not the same

As knowing how to play this game

Asking me to reveal

What I’m working to conceal



I’m soaring high

Flying among the clouds

Riding on a winged horse

The wind blows so loud



All the better teachers I ever knew

Told me a singular tale

Reality solid in front of you

Is most assuredly frail