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Aerosmith

Dream On

Rock
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  • Rock
  • Hard Rock
  • Space
  • Dance
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1976
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“Dream On” is the first single by Aerosmith from their 1973 debut album, Aerosmith. Written by lead singer Steven Tyler, this blues-influenced power ballad became their first major hit. Released in June 1973, it peaked at #59 nationally but hit big in the band’s native Boston, where it was the #1 single of the year on the less commercial top 40 station, WBZ-FM, #5 for the year on highly rated Top 40 WRKO-AM and #16 on heritage Top 40 WMEX-AM. The album version of “Dream On” (4:28, as opposed to the 3:25 1973 45rpm edit), was re-issued early in 1976, debuting at #81 On January 10th, breaking into the Top 40 on February 14th and peaking at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 national chart, April 10th. Columbia chose to service Top 40 radio stations with a re-issue of the 3:25 edited... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ sing for the laughter, sing for the tear ... Maybe tomorrow, the good Lord will take you away ... Sing it with me, if it's just for today

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This song is listed #172 on Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

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into the void wrote on October, 10th 2016 at 10:59pm:
let me explain everything that is wrong with this.
first of all, the songs are ethier boring pop or rock hits that will be forgotten in 20-30 years, or good songs... that are cliche on these lists anyway. the top spots go to the songs that pander to the lowest common denomiator the most, which is why the list breaks down into a list of random micheal jackson songs after place 50. thens theres artists like bowie. bowie is a legend, and his cat people makes 22. but, bowie has far better songs, such as heroes, life on mars, space oddity, starman, moonage daydream, changes, rebel rebel, sound and vision, or even blackstar off his new album. and yet cat people makes the cut, becuase its the most popular. i could go on and on, but the probelm is theres no imput from anyone who knows anything about music, and nothing in the way of dissucion and critism of placements

Debbie Myers wrote on August, 29th 2014 at 12:54am:
#live


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