"Dreamers" is the second single from Jack Savoretti taken from his debut album, Between the Minds.
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... this project and a full production of The Dreamers never came to fruition ... In 1994, Peter Bogdanovich reportedly planned to make The Dreamers, but the production never came about ... To date, Howard has not brought Welles' concept of The Dreamers to the screen ...
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of its last flight and how it falls, a plummet,
pierced by the freezing bullet
and how three feathers, loosened by the shot,
descend like snow upon it.”
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