A Weaver of Dreams

Victor Young

Victor Young


PROFILE
Composer Victor Young
Lyricist John Eliot
Year Written 1951
About A Weaver of Dreams
Victor Young was a noted film composer, with credits for many great American films, including Shane, The Quiet Man and Around The World In Eighty Days, for which he won an Oscar. He is known for several fine songs, including “A Weaver of Dreams” and “Stella By Starlight.” He also served as musical director for Bing Crosby, while Crosby was with Decca.

Lyrics

You’re a weaver of dreams
You and your strange fascination
You’re a weaver of dreams
You and your come-hither smile

Just to hear you speak
Can leave me weak as a babe in arms
Poor little babe in arms
Helpless before your charms

For you’re a weaver of dreams
You and your lips warm and tender
Just like magic it seems
Thrilling, enchanting me too

I’m in your spell and there’s no cure
I’m lost for sure
`Cause you’re a weaver of dreams
And I’m in love with you.

(You’re a weaver of dreams
You and your strange fascination
You’re a weaver of dreams
You and your come hither smile)

I’m in your spell and there’s no cure
I’m lost for sure
`Cause you’re a weaver of dreams
And I’m in love with you.

Session / Album Information

1989

See Medley: A Weaver of Dreams / There Will Never Be Another You for more information.

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