Dixie Dreams
From the film Somebody Loves Me
Lyrics by Grant Clarke and Roy Turk
Music by Arthur Johnston and George W. Meyer
© 1933 Bourne Music Co.

Released on RCA Victor LPM 3097
Recorded 1952
Orchestra Conducted by Emil Newman
Running Time: 3 mins 21 secs

Lyrics:
I remember all those happy, happy evenings
Everything is oh so different now from then
Wish I could relive those happy evenings
And go back to my Dixie home again

Dixie dreams forever haunt me
Dixie dreams are fondest of all
On my pillow each night
I see the fields of white
And mammyís songs and stories I recall

Dixie scenes seem to pass before me
And I live my childhood it seems
At the close of each day
Mister Dream Man, I pray
Bring me back my Dixie dreams

(Dixie dreams)
I want to go again, back to my home again
In Dixie where I was born
(Dixie dreams)
I want to see again, D-I-X-I-E again
Iíll be no longer forlorn

I was a rover looking for clover
Now my roving days are all over
I want to stay snug in my hideaway
Free from any trouble, worry or care

(Dixie scenes)
I want to settle down, down in a little down
Where folks are friendly to see
I want to rest my head up on a downy bed
And do some dreaming for me

At the close of each day
Mister Dream Man, I pray
Bring me back my Dixie dreams