I dreamed a dream in time gone by When hope was high and life worth living I dreamed that love would never die I dreamed that God would be forgiving. Then I was young and unafraid And dreams were made and used and wasted There was no ransom to be paid No song unsung, no wine untasted. But the tigers come at night With their voices soft as thunder As they tear your hopes apart As they turn your dreams to shame. And still I dreamed he'd come to me That we would live the years together But there are dreams that cannot be And there are storms we cannot weather.
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I Dreamed A Dream lyrics
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I Dreamed A Dream lyrics. There was a time when love was blind, And the world was a song, And the song was exciting. There was a time when it all went wrong I dreamed a dream in time gone by, When hope was high and life, worth living. I dreamed that love would never die, I dreamed that God would be forgiving.
There was a time when men were kind. When their voices were soft. And their words inviting. There was a time when love was blind. And the world was a song. And the song was exciting.
The song is a lament, sung by the anguished Fantine, who has just been fired from her job at the factory and thrown onto the streets. She thinks back to happier days and wonders at all that has gone wrong in her life. The song is typically played in the key of E-flat major with the final chorus in F major , though the pitch is shifted up a bit for high-toned TVs,  and it has also become a jazz standard. In the musical, the song occurs after Fantine has been fired, and before "Lovely Ladies". In the original French production and the film adaptation , these two musical numbers are swapped around, to place dramatic emphasis on Fantine's depressing descent into prostitution. The original French song was extensively rewritten for the English production by Herbert Kretzmer, adding the prologue There was a time For the French revival in , the song was loosely translated back from the English version; thus there are two very different French versions of the song.