I Dreamed a Dream – Susan Boyle (CD – 2009) – Daydream Believer
25 comments - What do you think?
December 26, 2011 at 1:06 pm
2009, Believer, Boyle, Daydream, Susan
discreditor i lived thru the 60s and believe me most of the monkees stuff was throwaway
@irish9boy throwaway pop song, are you mad? Nope don’t answer that the evidence is here for all to see.
@HaneeFannee Jealous little cunt
@HaneeFannee Ahh, gotcha, I didn’t catch on to your meaning
@redmr2na I think if you’ll take notice, you’ll see that I’m actually COMPLEMENTING her. Most freaks can’t even hum a tune!
@HaneeFannee If you don’t like it, then don’t listen to her.
She sounds pretty good for a retard.
life. I’m a lover of music, and I say to all the narrow minded people that leave negative comments on videos of anything that is different then what they like, Hey, stop being so narrow minded. If it works for you fine, if it doesn’t don’t listen to it.
I Never ever thought I’d actually like anything Susan Boyle did, but I stand corrected. Even though Yes the original is better for it own reasons, I think this version has a place as well. Susan took a upbeat song, and gave it more of a slower, sadder, ballad like sound and it works. I love original versions of songs sung by the people that wrote them to begin with, but I’m not opposed to listening to different versions of songs. Music is like love, it comes in many forms from all walks of
Such a wonderful singer, with modest ways. Which makes her so much more special that many other singers. A true simple Gal!
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This is too slow. It’s meant to be a hipish pop song not a ballad. Susan is a great singer but this song is not for her.
each individual has their own singing style! those who are sold out to their idols, get the fuck out of youtube with their bias comparisons! who told you to come to youtube and judge? this is for everyone…just lend your ear fucking morons!!! will you???
Like I said, the song wasn’t written by the Monkees…
buu una cagada
such a sweet sounding version of the old Monkees hit!!
dawson’s creek memories! *__*
dawson’s creek! *___*
as much as this is very well sung, @whiskers1965 is right, its not really meant to be sung slowly
If anyone is interested in the songwriter he was a member of the Kingston trio-a band which recently won a grammy. The Monkees sang a very popular version of the song but we mustn’t get confused by pop culture-many pop bands don’t write their own music.
Since when did the song ‘belong’ to the Monkees?!-It doesn’t! It was written by the late John Stewart and recognition for the song should be given to him. Look him up. Personally, I love this version and Susan has reminded us of what can be done with a beautiful and timeless song.
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