The Dreaming Song is a Wiggles song from Here Comes A Song.
Here Comes a Song
- Written by: A. Field/J. Field
- Published by EMI Music/Control
- Anthony Field: Tin Whistle and Didgeridoo
- Greg Page: Lead Vocals
- Jeff Fatt: Xylophone
- Murray Cook: Guitar
- Produced by: Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field, Greg Page
- Engineered by: Jeff Fatt
- Mixed by: Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Greg Page and Anthony Field
- Mastered by: Don Bartley at Studio 301
- Xylophone supplied by: the Lusthaus Family
Dorothy the Dinosaur
- Written by: Anthony Field
- Arranged by: Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field, Greg Page, Kathleen Warren
- Published by Wiggly Tunes Pty Ltd
- Vocals: Carolyn Ferrie, Mic Conway
- Violin: Maria Lindsay
- Viola: Angela Lindsay
- Cello: Margaret Lindsay
- Bouzouki: George Tseros
- Bass: David Stratton
- Music Produced by: Anthony Field
- Co-Produced by: Dominic Lindsay
- Musical Arrangements: The Wiggles, Dominic Lindsay
- Recorded by Craig Abercrombie, Tim Gurner
- Mixed by Craig Abercrombie
- Mastered by: Robin Gist
Song Credit Differences
- Here Comes A Song: Anthony Field, John Field
- Wiggle Time!: Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field, Greg Page, John Field
- Dorothy the Dinosaur: Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field, Greg Page, Kathleen Warren
Kookaburra's sleeping lilly-pilly
Kangaroo is snoring lilly-pilly
Platypus is curling up to rest.
Kookaburra's flying in his dreaming
Kangaroo is bouncing in his dreaming
Platypus is swimming in his dreaming, too.
Greg: What do you dream about?
- The Wiggle Time! 2000 album and Dorothy the Dinosaur album shows Murray, Jeff, and Greg's names in the song credits, although they didn't write this song.
- The 1992 version of the chord plays in C whereas the 2007 version plays in E.