Produced by Bradley Flanagan & Marilee Bradford. Album Miss Show Business. Over the Rainbow Lyrics. Somewhere over the rainbow Way up high There's a land that I heard of Once in a lullaby. Somewhere over the rainbow Skies are blue And the dreams that you dare to dream Really do come true
Over the Rainbow" is a ballad composed by Harold Arlen with lyrics by Yip Harburg. It was written for the movie The Wizard of Oz and was sung by actress Judy Garland in her starring role as Dorothy Gale. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song and became Garland's signature song.
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This song is by Judy Garland and appear. his song has been sampled by Frida Hyvönen in the song "II (Somewhere over the Rainbow)". Somewhere over the rainbowWay up highThere's a land that I heard ofOnce in a lullaby. Somewhere over the rainbowSkies are blueAnd the dreams that you dare to dreamReally do come true. Some day I'll wish upon a star and wake up where the clouds are far behind meWhere troubles melt like lemon drops away above the chimney topsThat's where you'll find me.
Judy Garland's Greatest Hits. Over The Rainbow is found on the album Judy Garland's Greatest Hits. Found on more albums: Judy Garland Garland at the Grove On Radio 1936-1944, Vol. 1: All the Things You Are The Wizard of Oz The Judy Garland Show 25th Anniversary Retrospective The Best of Judy Garland America's Treasure The Best of the Decca Years, Vol. 1 All-Time Greatest Hits Judy & Liza: Together Always Chasing Rainbows.
Album · 1984 · 10 Songs. That Old Feeling: Classic Ballads from the Judy Garland Show. Judy At Carnegie Hall. A Judy Garland Christmas - EP. 2008.
The first Billboard pop singles chart was published in July 1940, so the original recording of "Over the Rainbow" never charted. Fret not: It received an Academy Award for best original song. The track was adopted as an anthem for the LGBTQ community. In fact, the term "friend of Dorothy" - a reference to Garland’s Oz character - was underground slang for gay men. The ballad also served as a beacon of hope during World War II. Garland performed the iconic song to the troops during a concert in 1943. The first time Over the Rainbow saw chart success was in 1960, when The Dimensions, a vocal group from The Bronx, took the song to No. 16 on the Hot 100. A version by Gary Tanner peaked at No. 69 in 1978, but that version hasn’t made its way onto the internet. 005. 014. Patti LaBelle and the Bluebelles (1966).
|A1||Over The Rainbow|
|A2||A Foggy Day In London Town|
|A3||Make Someone Happy|
|A4||What'll I Do|
|A5||The Man That Got Away|
|B1||A Couple Of Swells|
|B2||I'm Always Chasing Rainbows|
|B3||How About Me|
|B4||The Free And Easy|
|B5||Alexander's Ragtime Band|
|PHX-311, PHX 311||Judy Garland||Over The Rainbow (LP, Comp)||Phoenix 10, Phoenix 10||PHX-311, PHX 311||US||1981|
|22.014||Judy Garland||Over The Rainbow (LP, Album, Comp)||Dureco Benelux||22.014||Netherlands||1982|
|PD 311||Judy Garland||Over The Rainbow (LP, Comp, Pic)||Audiofidelity||PD 311||US||Unknown|
|PHX 311||Judy Garland||Over The Rainbow (LP, Comp)||Phoenix 10||PHX 311||USA & Canada||1981|
|PHX 1008||Judy Garland||Over The Rainbow (LP, Comp)||Phoenix Records||PHX 1008||Italy||1981|