|Performed By:||Frank Sinatra (1940), Tommy Dorsey (1940), John Denver|
Written by: Jimmy Van Heusen Written by: Johnny Burke Arranged by: Axel Stordahl - Sy Oliver Label: Victor - Reprise Recorded: 3/4/40 - 5/2/61 A country dance was being held in a garden I felt a bump and heard an "Oh, beg your pardon" Suddenly I saw polka dots and moonbeams All around a pug-nosed dream The music started and was I the perplexed one I held my breath and said "May I have the next one?" In my frightened arms, polka dots and moonbeams Sparkled on a pug-nosed dream There were questions in the eyes of other dancers As we floated over the floor There were questions but my heart knew all the answers And perhaps a few things more Now in a cottage built of lilacs and laughter I know the meaning of the words "Ever after" And I'll always see polka dots and moonbeams When I kiss the pug-nosed dream
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