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"In The Middle Of A Dream" is a 1939 song composed by Tommy Dorsey, Einar Swan, and Al Stillman. The song became a Top Ten hit in 1939 when released by Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra. Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra released the song as a 78 single, Decca 2580A, matrix number 65876. "In The Middle Of A Dream" reached no. 7 on the Billboard chart in 1939, staying on the charts for 10 weeks. Tommy Dorsey and Einar Swan wrote the music, Al Stillman wrote the words. In the U.S., the song was published by Larry Spier, Inc. In the UK, the song was published by the Sterling Music Publishing Co., Ltd., London.

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  • "In The Middle Of A Dream" is a 1939 song composed by Tommy Dorsey, Einar Swan, and Al Stillman. The song became a Top Ten hit in 1939 when released by Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra. Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra released the song as a 78 single, Decca 2580A, matrix number 65876. "In The Middle Of A Dream" reached no. 7 on the Billboard chart in 1939, staying on the charts for 10 weeks. Tommy Dorsey and Einar Swan wrote the music, Al Stillman wrote the words. In the U.S., the song was published by Larry Spier, Inc. In the UK, the song was published by the Sterling Music Publishing Co., Ltd., London.
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  • "In The Middle Of A Dream" is a 1939 song composed by Tommy Dorsey, Einar Swan, and Al Stillman. The song became a Top Ten hit in 1939 when released by Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra. Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra released the song as a 78 single, Decca 2580A, matrix number 65876. "In The Middle Of A Dream" reached no. 7 on the Billboard chart in 1939, staying on the charts for 10 weeks. Tommy Dorsey and Einar Swan wrote the music, Al Stillman wrote the words. In the U.S., the song was published by Larry Spier, Inc. In the UK, the song was published by the Sterling Music Publishing Co., Ltd., London.
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