What's the name of this song?

It's from the movie First Daughter, it's around when Sam leaves college to go back home again, and she's going to her father's interviews soon, she's going down the stairs on a business-like suit or something like that... and part of the lyrics are (along the lines of):

As a girl in my world

Fairy tales

Tell me why dreams have to die

Unicorns

The song has those words, and they are rather unique. I tried googling them, and the song didn't appear. The movie has no official soundtrack and some of the songs are impossible to find. Does anyone know the name of this song? PLEASE HELP.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Here's a list of the songs on that movie. I am guessing it's the one by Lucy Woodward:

    "Make a Wish"

    Written by Damon Elliott and David Elliott

    Produced by Damon Elliott for Elliott Entertainment

    Performed by David Elliott

    "Hail to the Chief"

    Traditional

    Arranged by Gordon Henderson

    Performed by U.C.L.A. Marching Band

    "Thought I'd Seen It All"

    Written by Forest Whitaker, Damon Elliott, Grecco Buratto and Blake Neely

    Produced by Damon Elliott for Elliott Entertainment

    Performed by Damon Elliott

    "Knights"

    Written by Gordon Henderson

    Performed by U.C.L.A. Marching Band

    "Dance with Me"

    Written by Damon Elliott and Melissa Jimenez

    Produced by Damon Elliott for Elliott Entertainment

    Performed by Melissa Jimenez

    "Hail to the Chief"

    Traditional

    Arranged by Damon Elliott and Sean Householder

    Produced by Damon Elliott for Elliott Entertainment

    Performed by Smack, Grecco Buratto, Ed Delmark and Bryan Kelling

    "Fall"

    Written by Forest Whitaker, Damon Elliott, Grecco Buratto and Blake Neely

    Produced by Damon Elliott for Elliott Entertainment

    Performed by Joanna

    Joanna appears courtesy of A&M Records

    "Free"

    Written by Forest Whitaker, Damon Elliott, Grecco Buratto and Blake Neely

    Produced by Damon Elliott for Elliott Entertainment

    Performed by Lucy Woodward

    Lycy Woodward appears courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.

    "Off My Chest"

    Written by Philip White, Dina Rae and Jared Gosselin

    Produced by Jared Gosselin for White Leaf Productions

    Performed by Whitey and Dina Rae

    Dina Rae appears courtesy of Motown Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

    "Sway"

    Written by Norman Gimbel and Pablo Beltrán Ruiz

    Produced by Blake Neely

    Performed by Matt Dusk

    Matt Dusk appears courtesy of Decca Records

    "The Way You Look Tonight"

    Written by Dorothy Fields and Jerome Kern

    Produced by Blake Neely

    Performed by Matt Dusk

    Matt Dusk appears courtesy of Decca Records

    "Ballroom Bossa"

    Written by Damon Elliott

    Produced by Damon Elliott for Elliott Entertainment

    Performed by Margeaux Fernandez and Damon Elliott

    "You 'n Mego"

    Written by Forest Whitaker and Damon Elliott

    Produced by Damon Elliott for Elliott Entertainment

    Performed by Macy Gray

    "Oooops"

    Written by Forest Whitaker, Damon Elliott and Grecco Buratto

    Produced by Damon Elliott for Elliott Entertainment

    Performed by Alsou

    Alsou appears courtesy of Universal Records

    "Whatever"

    Written by Forest Whitaker, Damon Elliott and Grecco Buratto

    Produced by Damon Elliott for Elliott Entertainment

    Performed by Buttah and Kristina Allison

    "Sea of Dreams"

    Written by Forest Whitaker, Damon Elliott, Grecco Burattoand Blake Neely

    Produced by Damon Elliott for Elliott Entertainment

    Performed by Joanna

    Joanna appears courtesy of A&M Records

    "The Way You Look Tonight"

    Written by Dorothy Fields and Jerome Kern

    Performed by The Inaugural Ball Choir

    "Dance My Dreams (Theme Song from First Daughter)"

    Written by Forest Whitaker, Damon Elliott, Grecco Buratto, Michael Kamen and Blake Neely

    Produced by Damon Elliott for Elliott Entertainment

    Performed by Tamia

    Tamia appears courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    its

    cry for you-Arie Astella

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