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8 thoughts on “ I Cant Get Enough - Dan Hartman - I Can Dream About You (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. "I Can Dream About You" is a song performed by American singer Dan Hartman on the soundtrack album of the film Streets of Fire. Released in as a single from the soundtrack, and included on Hartman's album I Can Dream About You, it reached number 6 on the Billboard Hot
  2. Jul 02,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Dan Hartman ‎– I Can Dream About You (12 inch) Vinyl YouTube Dan Hartman - I Can Dream About You - Duration: .
  3. I Can Dream About You Lyrics: No more timing / Each tear that falls from my eyes / I`m not hiding the remedy / To cure this old heart of mine / I can dream about you / If I can`t hold you tonight.
  4. Hendryx's own version of the song was included on her own albumThe Art of Defense. lp, album, vinyl, record, s, 80s, Dan Hartman, I Can Dream About You. Rage To Live. I Can Dream About You. Cover looks good; a few creases near edges; moderate Seller Rating: % positive.
  5. Dan Hartman - I Can Dream About You - bradilunwartechararisurlongticde.coinfo Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl .
  6. DAN Hartman, I Can Dream About You (Mca Vinyl Record) Dan Hartman. out of 5 stars 1. Vinyl. #, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in Blue-Eyed Soul # in Pop This album also gave Dan Hartman the opportunity to work and write for many big names..i understand that very well after this great album. /5(18).
  7. "Second Nature" is a song by American singer-songwriter Dan Hartman, released in as the fourth and final single from his fifth studio album I Can Dream About You (). The song was written by Hartman and Charlie Midnight, and produced by Hartman and Jimmy Iovine. "Second Nature" reached No. 39 on the Billboard Hot and remained in the charts for 12 weeks.
  8. By far the best song on this album is "I Can Dream About You." If you can find that elsewhere, it's probably all you need. It's a magnificent song, one of the songs from the 80's that I really feel as though I could not live without. But the rest of the album just flat out does not measure up. If you are a completist, pick this up. If not.

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