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On December 29, 2010
The Impossible Dream
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"The Impossible Dream (The Quest)" is a popular song composed by Mitch Leigh, with lyrics written by Joe Darion. It was written for the 1965 musical Man of La Mancha. It is the main song from the musical and became its most popular hit.
The song is sung all the way through once in the musical by Don Quixote as he stands vigil over his armor, in response to Aldonza (Dulcinea)'s question about what he means by "following the quest". It is reprised partially three more times—the last by prisoners in a dungeon as Miguel de Cervantes and his manservant mount the drawbridge-like prison staircase to face trial by the Spanish Inquisition.
It is also an important song sung at Governor's Program for Gifted Children each year to close off the end of the session.
(Source: Wikipedia Encyclopedia)
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This is a fantastic Song Gary and you sang it great! Another one of my musical favorites! Salamat! for sharing...and nice to meet you.
Two thumbs up!!! Great job!
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