A Thousand Dreams Of You

Album: You Only Live Once soundtrack (1937)
  • The downtempo number "A Thousand Dreams Of You" was composed by Louis Alter and written by Paul Webster. An instrumental version was used in the 1937 film You Only Live Once in which Henry Fonda played three time loser Eddie Taylor alongside Sylvia Sidney as his loyal girlfriend turned wife and partner-in-crime.
  • A popular version was recorded by the charismatic Hong Kong singer-songwriter Leslie Cheung in 1995; running to 3 minutes 31 seconds, it was the first track on his Most Beloved album. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2

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