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  1. If I can dream of a warmer sun where hope keeps shining on everyone Tell me why oh why oh why won't that sun appear. We're lost in a cloud with too much of rain We're trapped in a world that's troubled with pain But as long as a man has the strength to dream He can redeem his soul his life. Deep in my heart there's a trembling question.
  2. If I Can Dream book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Book by Geller, Larry, Spector, Joel, Romanowski, Patricia/5.
  3. If I Can Dream was a song written to describe the '60s, which it certainly does well. Vietnam was a big part of the 60s and 70s. They purposely chose the blood red ascot tie worn in the song to remember those soldiers, and show support for the troops. .
  4. "If I Can Dream" was featured at the end of Elvis’ Singer Special (later known as the ’68 Special) on December 3, This was the first time the public heard the song, and it was later released as a single with "Edge of Reality" (recorded for the film "Live a Little, Love a Little") as its flipside in November
  5. Elvis Presley Browse our 3 arrangements of "If I Can Dream." Sheet music is available for Piano, Voice, Guitar and 7 others with 3 scorings in 8 genres. Find your perfect arrangement and access a variety of transpositions so you can print and play instantly, anywhere.
  6. F F7 C C7 We're lost in a cloud with too much rain, F F7 C C7 We're trapped in a world that's troubled with pain, F F7 C Am But as long as a man has the strength to dream F G A He can redeem his soul and fly, (he can fly) D Bm G A Deep in my heart there's a trembling question, D Bm C A Still I am sure that the answer, answer's going to come.
  7. rows · "If I Can Dream" is a song made famous by Elvis Presley, written by Walter Earl .
  8. Covid delay means new mother Geeta can dream of Tokyo again. 10h Jonathan Selvaraj. Return to roots: Divya Kakran back to mud wrestling to .
  9. The non-gospel gospel song “If I Can Dream” was based almost entirely upon the famous Martin Luther King Jr quote, “I Have a Dream”, and the connection is obvious throughout the .

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