When You Wish Upon a Star by Ned WashingtonA unique offering of a book and CD recorded by Judy Collins, featuring the classic theme: when you wish upon a star, your dreams come true.
Grammy award-winning singer Judy Collins and illustrator Eric Puybaret, who together created the New York Times best-selling version of Over the Rainbow, are collaborating once again to bring a classic song to life.
Written by Leigh Harline and Ned Washington in 1940, the Academy Award-winning When You Wish Upon a Star is beloved by listeners from 2 to 92 for its sweet hopefulness, poignant melody, and simple yet profound lyrics. No singer can capture the haunting beauty of this classic like Judy Collins, with her clear, pure, and emotionally resonant voice.
Eric Puybarets captivating art, with its graceful lines, stunning use of color, and strong sense of fantasy, is the perfect complement to Collins lovely interpretation.
Like OVER THE RAINBOW, this deluxe picture book features the highest-quality production values, making it a volume to treasure forever.
As part of my series on in film, I'll be writing about the Academy Award nominated songs of It is the company's unofficial theme song, played before the opening credits of most Disney movies, performed during shows and fireworks displays at Disney's theme parks, and it is even the horn signal for the Disney Cruise Line clip below. Actually, When You Wish Upon a Star doesn't have that much screen time in Pinocchio, especially for an Academy Award winning song that has since become a pop culture icon.
When You Wish Upon A Star lyrics - from Pinocchio
Lyrics Album list News Singer Intro Related Video Hi-5 Australian band Hi-Five Wish Upon a Star Songs With Lyrics When you wish upon a star, wondering dream make a wish be anything and when you wish upon a star, wondering dream make a wish be anything you want to be When you wish, when you wish, when you wish, when you wish upon a star A ship that sales from place to place, an astronaut from outer space A seed a tree, a flower that grows and grows I wonder what i'll be today, come with us and dream away When you wish upon a star, wondering dream make a wish be anything and when you wish upon a star wondering dream make a wish be anything you want to be When you wish, when you, wish, when you wish, when you wish upon a star A unicorn with wings of gold, a dinosaur from times of old, a wizard with a magic wand who looks like me! Five Days to Christmas 2. We Wish You a Merry Christmas 3. Mary's Boy Child 4. Tap Tap Tap 6.
When you wish upon a star, Makes no difference who you are; Anything your heart desires will come to you. If your heart is in your dreams, No request is too extreme; When you wish upon a star as dreamers do. Fate is kind, she brings to those who love The sweet fulfillment of their secret longing. Like a bolt out of the blue, Fate steps in and sees you through; When you wish upon a star, Your dreams come true. In the movie the song is sung by Jiminy Cricket. In Scandinavia this song is treated as a Christmas song and with the star representing the Star of Bethlehem.
"When You Wish Upon a Star" is a song written by Leigh Harline and Ned Washington for Walt Disney's adaptation of Pinocchio. The original version was.
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The song has since become the representative song of The Walt Disney Company. It was first released on a 4-record RPM album set, and years later as one side of an LP, backed by selections in grayscale and black and white and technicolor from The Wizard of Oz. The song reached the top five in Billboard's Record Buying Guide, a predecessor of the retail sales chart. In Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Norway the song is played on television every Christmas Eve in the traditional Disney one-hour Christmas cabaret From All of Us to All of You , and the gathering of the entire family to watch this is considered a Scandinavian tradition. The Library Of Congress deemed the song "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" and preserved it into the National Recording Registry in In the s and s, Walt Disney used the song in the opening sequences of all the editions of the Walt Disney anthology television series.