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"Your Wildest Dreams" is a 1986 single by the progressive rock band The Moody Blues, and it was written by the band's lead guitarist Justin Hayward. The song was first released as a single, and was later released on the Moody Blues 1986 album The Other Side of Life. It was a top-10 hit in the United States, peaking at #9, which had not happened to a Moody Blues song since "Nights in White Satin". The song also became an… read more

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  • Avatar for MachineOfaDream
    Pft. Jesus? This song was clearly written for Taylor Swift.
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    secretsociety92 You Are Lost! Believing Themselves 2 of the 12 apostles of Jesus, Justin Hayward & John Lodge of Moody Blues wrote the 1975 LP 'Blue Jays' searching for Jesus on earth! http://wp.me/p4mCzX-w
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    Get lost MichaelTheOneL
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    This song was written for JESUS., yes, JESUS CHRIST! First Hand Knowledge: Hung with Hayward & Lodge, Once had I. Believing Themselves 2 of the 12 apostles of Jesus, Justin Hayward & John Lodge of Moody Blues wrote the 1975 LP 'Blue Jays' searching for Jesus on earth! http://wp.me/p4mCzX-w see me on Twitter @GOPisUnAmerican http://wp.me/p4mCzX-18
  • Avatar for MichaelTheOneL
    First Hand Knowledge: Hung with Hayward & Lodge, Once had I. Believing Themselves 2 of the 12 apostles of Jesus, Justin Hayward & John Lodge of Moody Blues wrote the 1975 LP 'Blue Jays' searching for Jesus on earth! http://wp.me/p4mCzX-w see me on Twitter @GOPisUnAmerican http://wp.me/p4mCzX-18
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    Once upon a time...in your wildest dreams...
  • Avatar for bonene59
    around and around and around and around and around ... ;-)
  • Avatar for RockCityMadman
    Even in the 80's The Moodies had their own distinctive sound.
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    •*¨*•.¸¸❤¸¸.•*¨*•
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    The song was written by The Moody Blues guitarist/singer Justin Hayward, who told us that it was inspired by a real person, but one that shall go nameless. "I found with 'Wildest Dreams' that it was a common experience for a lot of people," he said. "I thought I was writing a frivolous sort of song. I thought 'Wildest Dreams' would be a throwaway thing that people wouldn't really take much notice of lyrically. But I found out that it was a common experience and desire by a lot of people. So that was very revealing." http://www.songfacts.com/detail.php?id=8714

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