Dolly Parton – Wildest Dreams

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lyrics:

Let’s drink a toast to what might have been
To all that we were, but can’t be again
And let’s just be thankful we parted as friends
Here’s to the past, let the future begin

Oh, and here’s to you wildest dreams
And here’s to your everything
May your life be blessed with sweet happiness
Baby, here’s to your wildest dreams

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I made a promise that I wouldn’t cry
You go chase your rainbows, go on reach for the sky
But come hold me close now, look deep in my eyes
Tell me you love me, then kiss me goodbye

Oh, and here’s to you wildest dreams
And here’s to your everything
May your life be blessed with sweet happiness
Baby, here’s to your wildest dreams

I’ll always love you and I’m on your side
In whatever you do, I will take pride

Oh, and here’s to you wildest dreams
And here’s to your everything
May your life be blessed with sweet happiness
Baby, here’s to your wildest dreams

Baby, here’s to your wildest dreams
Dreams, dream on, baby

About Dolly Parton:

Dolly Rebecca Parton (born January 19, 1946) is an American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, actress, author, and philanthropist, best known for her work in country music. Beginning her career as a child performer, Dolly Parton issued a few modestly successful singles from 1959 through the mid-1960s, showcasing her distinctive soprano voice. Dolly Parton and her husband Carl Thomas Dean partly raised several of Parton’s younger siblings at their home in Nashville, leading her nieces and nephews to refer to her as “Aunt Granny”. She has no children of her own. Parton is also the godmother of actress and singer Miley Cyrus.

In 1974, her song, “I Will Always Love You”, written about her professional break from Wagoner, went to number one on the country music charts. Around the same time, Elvis Presley indicated that he wanted to cover the song. Parton was interested until Presley’s manager, Colonel Tom Parker, told her that it was standard procedure for the songwriter to sign over half of the publishing rights to any song Elvis recorded. Parton refused, and that decision is credited with helping to make her many millions of dollars in royalties from the song over the years. A second and more contemporary collaboration with Harris and Ronstadt, Trio II (1999), was released and its cover of Neil Young‘s “After the Gold Rush” won a Grammy Award for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals. Parton was also inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1999.

Dolly Parton‘s 1995 re-recording of “I Will Always Love You” (performed as a duet with Vince Gill), from her album Something Special won the Country Music Association’s Vocal Event of the Year Award for Parton and Gill. The following year, Treasures, an album of covers of 1960s and ’70s hits was released, and featured a diverse collection of material, including songs by Mac Davis, Pete Seeger, Kris Kristofferson, Cat Stevens, Neil Young, and Joni Mitchell. (A number of the acts who wrote or initially popularized the songs appeared on the album). Parton’s recording of Stevens’ “Peace Train” was later remixed and released as a dance single, reaching Billboard’s dance singles chart. Dolly Parton released Those Were The Days (2005), her interpretation of hits from the folk-rock era of the late 1960s through the early 1970s. It featured such classics as John Lennon‘s “Imagine“, Cat Stevens’s “Where Do the Children Play?”, Tommy James’s “Crimson and Clover”, and Pete Seeger’s anti-war song “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?”.

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