“Never Afraid” Lyrics

Never Afraid
By Larry Krone

I had a dream last night
It made me so happy
But when I drank my coffee this morning
I couldn’t remember what took place
Did I save the world
Or did I learn how to fly
But then I remembered
It wasn’t that clever
I just dreamed I was a better man
And in the early hours of morning
I looked out my window
I drank my cup of coffee
And I thought about that dream
And man you should have seen
The big smile on my face

Because I dreamed I was rich
I had so much money
I dreamed I had a girlfriend
She called me honey

I dreamed I was cool
I always knew just what to say
I dreamed I was tough
And never afraid

(Bridge)
But the problem with dreams
Is you always have to wake
In life you may be good
But in dreams you can be great

And while you’re asleep you think
This dream just might be true
But sooner or later
You know that you’ll come to

I dreamed I was happy
And I didn’t have to drink
I dreamed I was a genius
And I didn’t have to think

I dreamed I was a poet
My words made people cry
And I dreamed before I got too old
I would casually die

I had a dream last night
It made me so happy
But when I drank my coffee this morning
I couldn’t remember what took place
Did I have x-ray vision
Or did I live under the sea
But then I remembered
It wasn’t that clever
I just dreamed I was a stronger man
And in the early hours of morning
I looked out my window
I drank my cup of coffee
And I thought about that dream
And man you should have seen
The tears run down my face

I dreamed I was good looking
I had Elvis Presley’s hair
I dreamed that I had muscles
And I didn’t even care

I dreamed that I could throw a football
All the way across the court
(or is that field?)
And I could hit a ball with a bat
Things like that
And I was the king of all the sports

Yeah, I dreamed that I was rich
I had so much money
I dreamed I had a girlfriend
She loved to call me honey

I dreamed I was famous
And I always got laid
I dreamed I was tough
And never afraid

Yeah I dreamed I was tough
Never afraid

copyright 1999 Larry Krone