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Thursday, April 19, 2007

Dream of me.. :'(

A few years ago, I had watched the movie 'Get Over It' on a CD I borrowed from a friend. The storyline was pretty mediocre, being a normal teenage flick but I watched it anyway as I'm the type to watch a movie from start to finish no matter how boring it is (except for super boring movies la).. and this movie wasn't exactly boring.. just predictable, I guess.

Anyway, near the end of the movie, there was this part where Kirsten Dunst sang during a play they had staged and in the midst of it, she sang this song. Somehow, I loved the song. It was kinda sweet and kinda sad, in fact.. I was thinking, hey, this is a bubblegum kinda song I'd like to listen again.. alas, I'm not the type to go buy the OST of any kinda movies.

However, a few days ago, as I was searching for songs Izati had requested, I had stumbled upon this song. I was a bit confused on seeing this was a song sung by Kirsten Dunst, I mean, I didn't know she sang.. and I didn't actually realize it was THIS song, UNTIL I played it on the player and all at once I felt like smiling hehe.. Yeay! I found the song I had almost forgotten about years ago hehe.. anyway, here it is, just to share it with you guys. Anyone wanna hear the MP3, please ask, I'll send it through email..

But just to remind you, this song IS sweet.. but too much of a sweet thing could make you sick :p

Artist: Kirsten Dunst
LyricsSong: Dream of Me

Let me sleep
For when I sleep I dream that you are here
You’re mine
And all my fears are left behind
I float on air
The nightingale sings gentle lullabys
So let me close my eyes..

And sleep
Per chance to dream
So I can see the face I long to touch
To kiss
But only dreams can bring me this
So let the moon
Shine softly on the boy I long to see
And maybe when he dreams
He’ll dream of me..

I’ll hide beneath the clouds
And whisper to the evening stars
They tell me love is just a dream away
Dream away (echo 3x)
I’ll dream away

So let the moon
Shine softly on the boy I long to see
And maybe when he dreams
He’ll dream of me
Dream of me

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