I didn't know this standard tune was composed by Victor Young. It's not a song for a film, but it feels so romantic as in a dream. The lyric was penned by Sam M. Lewis, who also wrote: "Dinah," "For All We Know," "I'm Sitting on Top of the World," "Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody," "Just Friends" and more.
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, silver and gold All you can hold up there on a moonbeam Poor, no body is poor Long as love is sure on the street of dreams
All the gold, silver and gold All you can hold up there is in a moonbeam Poor, nobody's poor Long as love is sure on the street of dreams