This essay My Dream has a total of 101 words and 2 pages.
A dream is a dream, is a dream.
So come with me to a place not so far away
where a dream is a dream and skies aren?t so grey.
A dream is a dream, is a dream.
So come with me and fly away.
So come with me and fly away to a place
where there?s always a way, and no reason not to stay.
So stay with me in this place tonight, I promise you I?ll hold you tight.
A dream is a dream, is a dream,
so please stay with me in this dream tonight.
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