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I've Got a Dream

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I've Got a Dream

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from the album Tangled
GenreShow tune
LabelWalt Disney
Length3 : 11
Producer(s)Alan Menken
PublishedWonderland / Walt Disney Music Company
Recorded2010
ReleasedNovember 16, 2010
Songwriter(s)Alan Menken, Glenn Slater

This product has a minimum order quantity of five copies. Even tough guys have dream! This hilarious song from Walt Disney Pictures' tangle will give your men's choir a chance to show off and get some laughs! Solo and choreographic options abound! Inventory HL 154548 UPC: 888680101534 Width: 6. 75 length: 10. 5 run time: 0: 03: 15 20 pages

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Critical reception

T he night before March on Washington, on 28 August 1963, Martin Luther King asked his aides for advice about the next day's speech. Dont use lines about I Have Dream, his adviser Wyatt Walker Tell him. Its trite, its cliche. Youve used it too many times already. The King had indeed employed refrain several times before. It had featured in Address just a week earlier at a fundraiser in Chicago, and a few months before that at a huge rally in Detroit. As with most of his speeches, both had been well receive, but neither had been regarded as momentous. This speech had to be different. While the King was by now a national political figure, relatively few outside the black church and Civil Rights movement had heard him give full Address. With all three television networks offering live coverage of March for jobs and Freedom, this would be his oratorical introduction to the nation. After a wide range of conflicting suggestions from his staff, King left the lobby at Willard hotel in DC to put final touches to the speech he thought would be receive, in his words, like the Gettysburg Address. I am now going upstairs to my room to counsel my Lord, He Tell them. I will see you all tomorrow. A few floors below Kings suite, Walker made himself available. King would call down and tell him what he wanted to say; Walker would write something he hop work, then head up stairs to present it to King. When it comes to my speech drafts, Clarence Jones, who had already penned the first draft, often acts like interior designer. I would deliver four strong walls and he would use his God-give abilities to furnish the place so it felt like home. King finished outline at about midnight and then wrote a draft in longhand. One of his aides, who went to Kings suite that night, saw the words Cross out three or four times. He thought it looked as though King was writing poetry. The King goes to sleep at about 4am, giving text to his aides to print and distribute. The I Have Dream section was not in it. A few hours after the King went to sleep, marchs organiser, Bayard Rustin, wandered on to Washington Mall, where the demonstration would take place later that day, with some of his assistants, to find security personnel and journalists outnumbering demonstrators. Political marches in Washington are now commonplace, but in 1963, attempting to stage a March of this size in that place was unprecedented. Movement had high hopes for large turnout and originally set a goal of 100 000. From reservations on coaches and trains alone, they guess they should be at least close to that figure. But when morning come, that expectation does little to calm their nerves. Reporters badger Rustin about ramifications for both event and movement if the crowd turns out to be smaller than anticipate.

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