Dreams

Album: Find Your Way (1993)
Charted: 1 26
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  • They can come true
    They can come true

    Move a step closer
    You know that I want you
    I can tell by your eyes
    That you want me too
    Just a question of time
    I knew we'd be together
    And that you'd be mine
    I want you here forever

    Do you hear what I'm saying
    Gotta say how I feel
    I can't believe you're here
    But I know that you're real
    I know what I want
    And baby it's you
    I can't deny my feelings
    Because they are true

    Dreams can come true
    Look at me babe I'm with you
    You know you gotta have hope
    You know you've got to be strong

    Dreams can come true
    Look at me babe I'm with you
    You know you gotta have hope
    You know you've got to be strong

    I've seen you sometimes
    On your own and in crowds
    I knew I had to have you
    My hopes didn't let me down
    Now you're by my side
    And I feel so good
    I've nothing to hide
    Don't feel that I ever could

    Do you hear what I'm saying
    Gotta say how I feel
    I can't believe you're here
    But I know that you're real
    I know what I want
    And baby it's you
    Can't deny my feelings
    Because they are true

    Dreams can come true
    Look at me babe I'm with you
    You know you gotta have hope
    You know you've got to be strong

    Dreams can come true
    Look at me babe I'm with you
    You know you gotta have hope
    You know you've got to be strong

    I'm not making plans for tomorrow
    Let's live for tonight
    I know I want you baby
    So hold me so tight
    Put your arms around me
    You make me feel so safe
    Then you whisper in my ear
    That you're here to stay

    Dreams can come true
    Look at me babe I'm with you
    You know you gotta have hope
    You know you've got to be strong

    Dreams can come true
    Look at me babe I'm with you
    You know you gotta have hope
    You know you've got to be strong

    Dreams can come true
    Look at me babe I'm with you
    You know you gotta have hope
    You know you've got to be strong

    Dreams can come true
    Look at me babe I'm with you
    You know you gotta have hope
    You know you've got to be strong Writer/s: Louisa Bobb, Tim Laws
    Publisher: Actual Music, S.L., Royalty Network, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Victor from Maidenhead, United KingdomJOHN KENNEDY IS A COPYRIGHT PIRATE OF "DREAMS" SUNG BY GABRIELLE.John Kennedy's audacious quote from Timesonline: Click: http://technology.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/tech_and_web/article5808865.ece "I want Pirate Bay to close down," he said. "I want some compensation and I want it to be clear people cannot steal other people's property without there being consequences" ---------------------------------------- Throughout the 3 years injunction, preparing for trial, I naturally had many meetings with my commercial lawyers Richard Bray, and John Kennedy. However, after losing the High Court trial, evidence came to light indicating John Kennedy had acted in serious conflict of interests, and colluded throughout this whole period. John had formulated and witnessed the publishing deal contract, between PolyGram and Tim Laws (my studio engineer) in October 1993, based upon Tim owning the "Dreams" copyright. A few weeks prior to trial, in June 1996, John benefited further when he then took up Chairmanship of PolyGram, and wound up J.P. Kennedy & Co.
  • Victor from Maidenhead, United KingdomFurther to the "Dreams" saga is the fact that it is now apparent that my commercial lawyer, John Kennedy, now the head of the International Federation of the Phonogarhic Industry (IFPI), who looked after all my recording transactions before and after creating "Dreams" had acted in serious conflict of interest colluding with my sound engineer and Go! Discs/PolyGram Ltd to steal my copyright while supporting my case that I owned it. More info and my letter to John at the IFPI can be found on the following links:

    SEE COMMENTS 11-13 IN THE LINK BELOW...
    http://www.blogto.com/tech/2009/03/canadian_musics_digital_divide/index.php
  • Victor from Maidenhead, United KingdomTo correct Edward pearce's story on the "Dreams" background, please note that Dreams was a hit in Europe in 1991-1992 on my original Victim Records label. It was Gabrielle's new partnership a year later with Go Discs that applied a court injunction on my original hit version so it did not compete with their rerecoded version because i would not sell my copyright to them. Although an expert witness called Guy Protheroe confirmed in his report that I was the true copyright owner I suffered a conspiracy by the music industry which being presently investigated. Indeed at trial, supplement to Guy Protheroe's 'Expert Report,' Junior Counsel had informed the Legal Aid Board (who funded my legal team) that Gabrielle, and her witnesses, had seriously misled the Court. Regardless, my lawyers, Hamlin Slowe, abandoned me at the steps of the High Court in 1996, and my application to the Court, for an adjournment to seek new representation was refused by the trial Judge, Robin Jacobs, forcing me to litigate in person. Unsuccessful approaches were also made on my witnesses, to prevent them giving evidence. Prior to trial, my lawyers had notified me that Justice Jacobs was a close associate of their firm. As my opponents were fully represented by specialist lawyers and QC's, etc, the refusal of legal representation at trial, undoubtedly, caused me to lose, and inflicted substantial loss on the public fund."
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