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  • On Jan 9, 2010
    Joni from WI Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Hi! Visited WDW*MagicKingdom in August2008 and LOVED the 3:00 "DisneyDreamsComeTrue" parade. The music went "come & share the enchantment & magic of Disney Dreams come true". Just wondering the name/artist.

    Hi Joni,

    Okay - so I've literally spent the last hour and 45 minutes trying to find the answer to your question.  Alas I must admit I can't find your answer anywhere in my research which really irks me because I love Disney trivia.  Here's a couple of interesting facts (I know there are lots more of them) I've found out. 

    The Share a Dream Come True Parade was updated and became the Dreams Come True Parade.  It later revamped again and became the Celebrate a Dream Come True Parade.  The parade was inspired by Walt Disney's quote "It all started with a mouse" (my favorite Walt Disney quote).

    I have found the Share a Dream Come True Parade music on the Disney's Magic In the Streets - Parade Memories CD but can't find a CD with the Dreams Come True Parade soundtrack on it .

    I did find several videos of the Dreams Come True Parade on YouTube - just search Dreams Come True Parade on their website.  Lyrics for the soundtrack are easy to Google but none of my searches came back with the artist name.

    If you are a D23 member, you may want to submit your question on the D23 website to Dave Smith.  He is the official Founder and Director of the Walt Disney archives.  I'm really sorry that I couldn't find an answer for you.  Always remember - dreams do come true.
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