Dream Away" Single Version – 4:35. Dream Away" Waller and Marland Remix – 4:51. Dream Away" Single Version – 4:35. Dream Away" R&B Remix – 4:39. Dream Away" Acoustic Mix – 4:38. "Lisa Stansfield & Babyface - Dream Away" YouTube Retrieved 2013-04-23. "Babyface – Chart history" Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 for Babyface Retrieved 20 May 2015.
Lovers is the debut studio album from American R&B singer-songwriter and musician Babyface. It was originally released in October 1986 while he was taking a break from his band The Deele. Album charted number 28 on the Soul Album Charts. The album was reissued in 1989 under Epic Records with a different front cover after the success of his second album Tender Lover.
Lyrics for Dream Away (single version) by Babyface & Lisa Stansfield .
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Dream away, dream away Let imagination light your way Take you as far as your heart can see, dream. Babyface & Lisa Stansfield - Dream Away Album Lyrics. 1. Dream Away (acoustic mix).
Dream Away" was to originally appear on the announced Time Bandits soundtrack album. However, when that failed to materialise and Harrison was finalising the tracks for his Gone Troppo album, he decided to include "Dream Away". Although the Gone Troppo album was a commercial failure, "Dream Away" became a popular tune. In 2010, AOL Radio listeners chose "Dream Away" as one of the "10 Best George Harrison Songs", appearing at number 8 on the list. Australian/Japanese CD single. Dream Away" (Single Version) – 4:35. Dream Away" (Acoustic Mix) – 4:38. com/Dream Away (Babyface and Lisa Stansfield song).
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