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      Robin Thicke

      Album: Something Else

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      Robin Thicke - Dreamworld Música y Letra

      would be you, you would be me, we would be one, we would be just fine
      The ice caps wouldn't be melting and neither would I, mmh
      I would just drive my big old car, and everything would be alright
      And energy would just fall down right from the sky, yeah
      
      Words would fly right from out of my mind, out of my mind into your heart, into your life
      And everything would sound just right, and no one would stop me from drinking my wine
      
      That's my dreamworld, that's my dreamworld, it's more than a dream
      My dreamworld, that's my dreamworld, and I wanna live in my dream, (dream)
      
      For the real world just don't feel right
      I wouldn't spend my days searching for, searching for lost time, yeah hey yee (ooh ooh, dream)
      I wouldn't be so damn sensitive, I'd let things go by
      No matter what the weather, I'd learn to change, I'd change with the time, yeah he
      
      And everytime I need a woman, she'd appear right by me
      She hold me tight, treat me right, and tell me that everything is gonna be, is gonna be alright, alright
      
      That's my dreamworld, that's my dreamworld
      
      I would tell Van Gogh that he was loved, there's no need to cry
      I would say Marvin Gay your father didn't want you to die (dream)
      There would be no black and white, the world just treat my wife right
      We could down in Mississipi and no one would look at us trice, ehhe he yihi
      
      That's my dreamworld, that's my dreamworld, it's more than a dream
      That's my dreamworld, that's my dreamworld, and I wanna live in my dream, (dream)

      Robin Thicke - Dreamworld Música y Letra

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