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Polka Dots and Moonbeams

This song is by Mel Tormé and appears on the album It's a Blue World (1955).

A country dance was being held in a garden
I felt a bump and heard an "Oh, beg your pardon"
Suddenly I saw polka dots and moonbeams
All around a pug-nosed dream.

The music started and was I the perplexed one
I held my breath and said "May I have the next one"
In my frightened arms, those polka dots and moonbeams
Sparkled round a pug-nosed dream

There were questions in the eyes of other dancers
As we crowded over the floor.
There were questions but my heart knew all the answers
And perhaps a few things more

Now in a cottage built of lilac and laughter
I know the meaning of the words "ever after"
And I'll always see those polka dots and moonbeams
When I kiss my pug-nosed dream

There were questions in the eyes of other dancers
As we crowded over the floor.
There were questions but my heart knew all the answers
And perhaps a few things more

Now in a cottage built of lilac and laughter
I know the meaning of the words "ever after"
And I'll always see those polka dots and moonbeams
When I kiss my pug-nosed dream

When I kiss my pug-nosed dream

Credits

Written by:

Johnny Burke; Johnny Burke; James Van Heusen

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