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I Dreamed Last Night ~ Justin Hayward

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Published on Mar 9, 2009

I Dreamed Last Night ~ Justin Hayward ~ From the Blue Jays album •
http://www.coloradream.com

Oh I dreamed last night I was hearing
Hearing your voice
And the things that you said, well they left me
Left me no choice
And you told me we had the power
And you told me this was the hour
That you don't know how
If I could show you now

Well I dreamed last night you were calling
Calling my name
You were locked inside of you secrets
Calling my name
And you told me lost was the key
And you told me how you long to be free
That you don't know how
Oh let me show you now

Like a bird on a far distant mountain
Like a ship on an uncharted sea
You are lost in the arms that have found you
Don't be afraid
Love's plans are made
Oh, don't be afraid

If there's a time
And a place to begin love
It must be now
Let it go
Set it free

Oh, I dreamed last night I was hearing
Hearing your voice
Why did you say those things that have left me
Left me no choice?
When you told me we had the power
Why did you tell me now was the hour?
But you don't know how
Oh, let me show you now

Like a bird on a far distant mountain
Like a ship on an uncharted sea
You are lost in the arms that have found you
Oh, don't be afraid
Love's plans are made
Don't be afraid

If there's a time
And a place to begin love
It must be now
Let it go
Set it free
Oh I dreamed last night I was hearing
Hearing your voice

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    • Justin Hayward
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Comments • 166

bronco devil
Such a feel to this song. Nice job on picking photos.
Aslam Khan
This is brilliant with fantastic vocals by Justin Hayward. I loved it when it was first released and love it even more now. Knocks almost 40 years off my age when I hear this. Brilliant. Just Brilliant.
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dcmcintosh1
the blue jays incarnation of moody blues was a brilliant work, and this song is one of the most beautiful ever recorded in my opinion... the key changes and crescendos, harmonies, instrumentation, and especially the amazing voice of Justin Hayward blend in a richness that is just intoxicating ... love this song .   well done on the video !
RJ McAllister
Bought the LP right out of high school in June 1975. This was the first single from that LP, enough to get us Moodies fans through until "Octave". Recorded in the then-new Threshold studio at Decca in London. "Days of Future Passed" arranger/orchestrator Peter Knight was brought in to do several of the songs on the LP for Justin and John.
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Elizabeth Christopher
Beautiful video thank you 
Marc Hill
Eight people clearly have no taste in music. Great song, charming video, Justin Hayward has such dulcet tones.
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Dennis Cunningham
You who dislike this, have no love in your hearts.
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moby boy
masters of melodies !!
Dale Lardie
Timeless and Amazing !~
TreasureLeaf
ANOTHER FINE JOB AND I APPRECIATE YOUR ARTISTIC TALENTS! HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
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