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(toshifumi hinata/bill wray/diana ross)Last night I had a dreamLost in a golden paradiseTrying hard to find my wayEvery day a new surpriseI found something wonderfulHere in my private worldAll alone in the darknessThe truth can make you strongDid you ever kiss the skyDid you ever dream at nightDid you ever wonder whyStars fall from the skyBirds know how to flyDay breaks and I’m awakeNo dark clouds hanging over meHolding on for heaven’s sakesTrusting’s hard to doIt’s a long road, where does it endHand in hand with you my friendWe can never give up, never give inLook how far you’ve comeDid you ever kiss the skyDid you ever dream at nightDid you ever wonder whyStars fall from the skyBirds know how to flyMy hopes, my fears, my dreamsCome shining throughAs long as I have youI have youDid you ever kiss the skyDid you ever dream at nightDid you ever wonder whyStars fall from the skyBirds know how to flyDid you ever kiss the skyDid you ever dream at nightDid you ever wonder whyDid you ever kiss the skyDid you ever dream at nightDid you ever wonder why



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