Just A Dream Of You, Dear.
Music by Henri Klickmann
Words by C.F. Mc Namara
Published 1910 by Joe Morris Music Co.

Tho' wak-ing I dream, in the sun-set gleam
Of the fad-ing sum-mer day,
I lin-ger once more on the dear, home shore,
As the fall-ing sha-dows play.

My tho'ts fond-ly roam with the white dash-ing foam
Of the heav-ing sob-bing sea;
I dream once a-gain in mem-'ry then
Of a face so dear to me.

Just a dream at sun-set,
In the fad-ing glow,
Just a dream of you, dear,
When the sun is low;

Just a dream at twi-light,
Ans-'ring mem-'ry's call.
Just a dream of you, dear,
Just a dream, that's all.

In fan-cy I stand on the sun-lit strand,
Where the tide waves come and go;
There steals to my ear, such a sweet voice near,
That I loved long, long a-go.

The dream is soon o'er, and the bright, sun-ny shore
Like a mock-ing vis-ion flies;
The sha-dows now fall sad mem-'ry's pall
As the day in dark-ness dies.

Just a dream at sun-set,
In the fad-ing glow,
Just a dream of you, dear,
When the sun is low;

Just a dream at twi-light,
Ans-'ring mem-'ry's call.
Just a dream of you, dear,
Just a dream, that's all.