Daydream Believer de Monkees

Daydream Believer Letra



'Daydream Believer'

Daydream believerthe monkees words and music by john c. stewart - peak billboard position #1 in 1967oh i could hide 'neath the wings of the bluebird as she singsthe six o'clock alarm would never ringbut it rings and i rise, wipe the sleep out of my eyesmy shaving razor's cold and it stingschoruscheer up, sleepy jean, oh what can it meanto a daydream believer and a homecoming queen?you once thought of me as a white knight on a steednow you know how happy i can beoh, and our good time starts and endswith a dollar one to spend but how much baby do we really need?repeat chorus twice<brief instrumental interlude>repeat chorus twice again.------note:here is a little titbitabout the monkey's daydream believer. there are two versions ofthe same recording, the one is this above and another that includes a fewseconds of banter among the monkeys before the song it is...j for davy jones, n for mike nesmith (his motherwas the inventor of liquid paper btw), d for mikey dolenz andt for peter tork:n: seven-aj: what number was that again?n,d&t: seven-a!!j: ok, ok i mean don't get excited guys, just cause i'm a surewinner!then into the song as above

Apoyar a Monkees

  • Monkees no está entre los 500 artistas más apoyados y visitados de esta semana.

    ¿Apoyar a Monkees?

    Ranking SemanalMedallero