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All I Do Is Dream of You
Composer
Nacio Herb Brown
Lyricist
Arthur Freed
Published
October 9, 2009
Album
Crazy Love (2009)
Release
October 9, 2009
Recording
2008
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"All I Do Is Dream of You" is a song from Michael Bublé's 2009 album, Crazy Love (album).

History Edit

"All I Do Is Dream of You" was written by Arthur Freed, with music by Nacio Herb Brown. It was originally written for the 1934 film Sadie McKee. It has been recorded several times since its first recording in 1934 by Dick Robertson with Angelo Ferdinando's Orchestra.

Lyrics Edit

All I do is dream of you
The whole night through
With the dawn I still go on
Dreamin' of you

You're every thought, you're everything
You're every song I ever sing
Summer, winter, (scat) and spring
And were there more than twenty-four hours a day
They'd be spent in sweet content dreamin' away

Sky's are gray, sky's are blue
Morning, noon and nighttime, too
All I do the whole day through is dream of you

All I do the whole day through
Is dream of you

Other artists Edit

  • Dick Robertson with Angelo Ferdinando's Orchestra
  • Al Bowlly
  • Chico Marx
  • Judy Garland
  • Patti Page
  • Doris Day
  • Debbie Reynolds
  • Johnnie Ray
  • Pat Boone
  • Patience and Prudence
  • Dean Martin
  • Perry Como
  • Alma Cogan
  • Enoch Light
  • Ella Fitzgerald
  • Bennie Green
  • Twiggy
  • Charly García
  • Claire Barlow

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