You're The Brightest Star of All My Dreams
Words and Music by Bert J. Wood
Published 1917 by H.J. Wood Co., NYC


The night-in-gale was sing-ing, sweet-heart mine,
The skys were bright with sun-set's crim-son glow;
Your eyes were filled with love-light soft-ly shin-ing,
When we were part-ed, love, so long a-go,

I knew your heart was ach-ing, near-ly break-ing,
As ten-der-ly we kissed and made a vow.
You tried so hard to keep the tears from fall-ing:
Sweet-heart in dreams I seem to see you now.

You're the bright-est star of all my dreams,
With-out you the days so long and drear would seem.
'Cause I know your heart is mine,
I will love you for all time,
You're the Bright-est star of all my dreams.

I al-ways will re-mem-ber where we strolled,
To-geth-er by the babb-'ling mead-ow brook.
I al-ways will re-mem-ber how we roamed, Dear;
The paths that led down to that shad-y nook.

I can't for-get your lov-ing, good-night kiss-es,
Or how your bright eyes shone with love so true:
I can't for-get your greet-ings in the morn-ing:
Though far a-way I ev-er think of you.

You're the bright-est star of all my dreams,
With-out you the days so long and drear would seem.
'Cause I know your heart is mine,
I will love you for all time,
You're the Bright-est star of all my dreams.