All Aboard for Dreamland
Music by Harry Von Tilzer
Words by Andrew B. Sterling
Published 1914 by Harry Von Tilzer Music Co.


I know some place to go
when a soft moon beams,
Sweet-hearts all love to call it
the land of dreams;

Just out-side of the town
not so far a-way, Go for a ride,
with your girl by your side,
at the close of day.

All a-board for Dream-land,
Jump on a trol-ley with Maud-ie or Mol-lie,
And All a-board for Dream-land,
it's out of sight;

That's the place for sweet-hearts,
Ice cream and kiss-es, oh,
there's where the bliss is,
So all a-bo-ard for Dream-land,
on a sum-mer's night.

Down in Dream-land,
you waltz with your on-ly one,
Then you spoon 'neath the moon
when the dance is done;

When you kiss her good-night,
with a smil-ing face,
She'll whis-per low,
"meet me next Sun-day,
Joe, at the same old place."

All a-board for Dream-land,
Jump on a trol-ley with Maud-ie or Mol-lie,
And All a-board for Dream-land,
it's out of sight;

That's the place for sweet-hearts,
Ice cream and kiss-es, oh,
there's where the bliss is,
So all a-bo-ard for Dream-land,
on a sum-mer's night.