Top 100 Most Inspiring Songs - Songs 80-61
“The Impossible Dream,” was Senator Bobby Kennedy’s favorite song, written for Broadway’s 1965 musical “Man of La Mancha” in which it is sung three times. Over the last half-century, it has been a hit for Andy Williams, Eddie Murphy , Cher, Susan Boyle , Connie Francis, Donna Summer , Frank Sinatra, Glenn Campbell, Jennifer Hudson, Johnny Mathis, Liberace, Mantovani , Plácido Domingo, Robert Goulet, Roberta Flack , Roger Whittaker , The Carpenters , The Lettermen , The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, The Smothers Brothers, The Supremes , The Temptations and Elvis Presley. Peter Sellers appeared to sing it on Broadway and in the movie … but was lip-synching while Simon Gilbert sang backstage and off-camera.
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