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Chris Isaak — Don't Make Me Dream About You
Album: Heart Shaped World
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Released: 1989
Length: 3:28
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Don't make me dream about you, don't make me dream about you.
Don't make me dream about you, don't make me dream about you.

I dream in daytime and night time, I dream of love or romance.
It won't be nice if they catch me, But I can live with the chance.
Because I love you, because I want you.
I will win your love for me, yeah I will win your love for me.

Looked so sweet when I meet you, now your acting so bold.
Feels so hot when I kiss you, and now you come on cold.
And I still love you, I still want you.
And I will win your love for me, yeah I will win your love for me.

No, no, no.

Don't make me dream about you, don't make me dream about you.
Don't make me dream about you, don't make me dream about you.

Took a chance when I meet you, I should of known I would loose.
I know it's wrong I should leave you, you make it so hard to choose.
And I still love you, I still want you.
And I will win your love for me, yeah I will win your love for me.

No, no, no.

Don't make me dream about you, don't make me dream about you.
Don't make me dream about you, don't make me dream about you.
Don't make me dream, don't make me dream.
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 tgalvinize wrote:

Remember The Chris Isaac Show?  A sorta reality TV show before there were reality  shows.  It was fictional but also Chris and all (most) of his band-mates played themselves -- it was raw and funny and wonderful.  

I also saw him in concert (opening for Sarah McLachlan) floating on a raft in the centre of the Elora Gorge (in Ontario, CA) which is an old mined pit, now filled with water and a favourite local swim spot.  But as a concert venue it was magic; the audience sitting around the edges of the steep rock walls looking down on the floating raft/stage.  Sound was gorgeous and, as the sun set, so was the night.



First time I have thought of Elora Quarry in errr 50 years. Used to skinny dip there in the early 70's.  Ahhh, those U of G days.
 johnalexford wrote:

Chris is so easy to listen to. Forever Blue is a desert island disc for me, but almost anything he does is a keeper. 


Baja Sessions is a desert island disc for me. 
Remember The Chris Isaac Show?  A sorta reality TV show before there were reality  shows.  It was fictional but also Chris and all (most) of his band-mates played themselves -- it was raw and funny and wonderful.  

I also saw him in concert (opening for Sarah McLachlan) floating on a raft in the centre of the Elora Gorge (in Ontario, CA) which is an old mined pit, now filled with water and a favourite local swim spot.  But as a concert venue it was magic; the audience sitting around the edges of the steep rock walls looking down on the floating raft/stage.  Sound was gorgeous and, as the sun set, so was the night.
LOVE IT!! And so great to hear it again 
I can't hear the chorus without expecting the B-52s to jump in at any second.
Chris is so easy to listen to. Forever Blue is a desert island disc for me, but almost anything he does is a keeper. 
Saw him a few months ago and he was crackin jokes about the many little mirror suit he is wearing in that Wiki pic of him. A good musician, lyricist and seems like a good guy with a fine sense of humor too. 
definitely a sound of the early 90s! I still enjoy his work
Surprised I'm first here.  This is quite nice and a bit different from his usual style.