Mary Coughlan – I Can Dream, Can’t I? Lyrics

I can see
No matter how near you’ll be
You’ll never belong to me
But I can dream,   can’t   I? Can’t I adore you
Although we are oceans apart? I can see
No matter how near you’ll be
You’ll never belong to me
But I can dream, can’t I? For dreams are just like wine
And I am drunk   with   mine
I’m   aware
My heart is   a sad affair
There’s   much disillusion there
But I can dream, can’t I? Can’t I? Can’t I adore you
Although we are oceans apart? Can’t I pretend
That I’m locked in the bend of your embrace? I can’t make you open your heart
But I can dream, can’t I? Can’t I pretend
That   I’m locked in the bend of   your embrace? I can’t make you open your heart
But I can dream, can’t I? For dreams are just like wine
And I am drunk with mine
I’m aware
My heart is a sad affair
There’s much disillusion there
But I can dream, can’t I?