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Life's Just A Dream

Mark Brine
Mark Brine


Written by: Mark Brine
As important as the world around you might seem
Someday you’ll wake to find, life’s just a dream
And the treasures that lured you, with sparkle and gleam
Will then disappear ... ‘csuse life’s just a dream
Yes, all of the things that mean so much in life
Will vanish as quick as the rays of a light
Then those who use wealth as  a false self-esteem
Will be rudely awaken ... ‘cause life’s just a dream
Life’s just a dream, and it won’t mean a thing
Whether you were a beggar or a glorified king
And to have fame and money, as nice as it seems
You can’t take them with you, ‘cause life’s just a dream
All the gold mansions on the isles of life’s stream
Will sink for the currents come fast and unseen
No warnings, no trumpets or loud sirens
No, there won’t be a trace left, ‘cause, life’s just a dream
©1990 Mark Brine Music (BMI)

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