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  1. Make my dream come true tonight. Let me take her, to the highest heights, yeah, yeah I'm not the kind of man who don't like to please, no You don't have to ask me to get down on my knees for your love I know I'm just a man; I do the best I can. If that ain't good enough, then I get on up and try it again. Baby, your spirits in me even when you.
  2. A CD single for the song, "On My Way", performed by the entire cast was also released for this musical. Release date for the "On My Way" CD Single: March 22, Musical Tennis no Ohjisama - Dream Live 3rd: Recorded live at the Dream Live 3rd live-concert on March 29, at Zepp Tokyo. Release date: June 14,
  3. Kristen Ashley’s Dream Team Spin-off series is coming soon and it’s so worth the wait! I DID NOT want to put this book down. Since the Rock Chick series is one of my favorites, my excitement for this new series was off the charts. If you’re like me and loved the Rock Chick and Dream Man books, Dream Maker will hit the spot! Full review /5().
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Dream Maker - Generations on AllMusic -
  5. Dream Maker Recorded by Conway Twitty Written by Byron Hill and Remington Wilde D7 G You are my dream maker Takin' me places I've never been Makin' me feel so alive again D7 Tell me that all of this will never end You are my dream maker Chasin' away all of my blues With these dreams of me and you G Hey dream maker make my dreams come true.
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  7. Send me a new dream tonight Ooh, hey Mr., ooh, hey Mr. Hey Mr. Dream Maker Mr. Dream Maker send me a dream This one is over it's not what it seamed And so tonight when I turn out the light Send me a new dream tonight Aaahhh, send me a new dream tonight Hey Mr. Dream Maker send me a dream This one is over it's not what it seamed.
  8. The song reached #20 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. Other versions. The song was originally recorded by Restless Heart, whose guitarist Greg Jennings co-wrote it with Tim DuBois, on their album Wheels. Their version was the B-side to the album's single "Why Does It Have to.

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