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I Can Dream lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
it's a very pretty song recorded by Elvis Presley. It takes a little
practice for many of us, the chords are not really difficult to make.
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If I Can Dream Recorded by Elvis Presley written by Walter Earl Brown
C Am F There must be lights burn-ing bright-er somewhere G7 C Am Dm G7 Got to be birds flying higher in the sky more blue C C7 F E7 Am If I can dream of a better land where all my brothers walk hand in hand C Am F C Am Dm G7 Tell me why oh why oh why can't my dreams come true oh why
C Am F There must be peace and understanding sometime G7 C Am Dm G7 Strong winds of promise that will blow away the doubt and fear C C7 F E7 Am If I can dream of a warmer sun where hope keeps shining on everyone C Am F Dm G7 C Tell me why oh why oh why won't that sun appear
F C C7 We're lost in a cloud with too much of rain F C C7 We're trapped in a world that's troubled with pain F C E7 Am But as long as a man has the strength to dream D7 G7 He can redeem his soul his life
C Am F Deep in my heart there's a trembling question G7 C Am Dm G7 Still I am sure that the answer's gonna come somehow C F Out there in the dark there's a beckoning candle oh yeah C Am And while I can think while I can talk C Am While I can stand while I can walk F Fm C G7 C While I can dream feeling my dream come true right now
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