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ID this pls! ("Dream of the Heart"?)

ID this pls! ("Dream of the Heart"?)

Postby daydreamer » Fri Nov 14, 2014 12:13 am

This is another one of my ever-unsolved IDs.

It's not so much new wave but pop/wave after all (i. e. those synth-laden pop-(pseudo-)rock songs from early 80s female artists like Kim Carnes "Undertow" or Stevie Nicks' "Stand Back")

Please excuse the awful audio quality. (note it was way worse before EQ'ing it ;))

even got out some lyrics, but they brought me no further in my quest...

(something something) ... dream of a lady
You should never kill(?) a dream of your heart
Even if they say you're chasin' a rainbow
It might not be out of reach after all
It probably makes you still(?) lyin'(?)
There's so many things to achieve
And so many people are tryin'
Stick to your dreams
You should never kill(?) a dream of your heart.
Never be afraid of what you believe in
Never be afraid of what you might do

Thanks so much in advance for finally closing the lid on this mystery.
BTW I got another (though entirely unsourced) information that this might have been a soundtrack to a sci-fi(?) cartoon series...
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