A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes

Album: Cinderella (1950)
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  • A dream is a wish your heart makes
    When you're fast asleep
    In dreams you will loose your heartache
    Whatever you wish for, you keep

    Have faith in your dreams and someday
    Your rainbow will come smiling through
    No matter how your heart is grieving
    If you keep on believing
    The dream that you wish will come true

    Oh, that clock
    Oh, killjoy
    I hear you, come on, get up you say
    Time to start another day
    Even he orders me around
    Well, there's one thing
    They can't order me to stop dreaming
    And perhaps someday
    The dreams that I wish will come true

    No matter how your heart is grieving
    If you keep on believing
    The dream that you wish will come true Writer/s: Al Hoffman, David Pack, Jerry Livingston, Mack David
    Publisher: Walt Disney Music Company
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Jennifur Sun from RamonaLove this song. One of my fav Disney tunes.
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