Who Sang Keep a Dream in Your Pocket? The Seekers

The Seekers Live On cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1989
length: 3:13
Lyrics
Keep a dream in your pocket and a song in your heart;
Keep the lamp of your learnin' burnin' bright.
Keep your eye on your horizon and a smile on your face
As you travel down the highway of your life.
Don't listen to those voices that say it can't be done;
They build walls where there was never one before.
No, there's nothing that can stop you, nothing that can drag you down,
If you keep lookin' for that ever-open door.

[Chorus:]
So if you follow your dream to the end of the road,
Taking care not to let it fade away (not fade away),
If you follow your dream and you follow it well,
It will lead you to the promise of a bright, shiny day.

Well, imagine if Columbus had not dreamt the world was round,
And Armstrong had not walked upon the moon,
If John and Paul never wrote a song for "Yesterday,"
If all of them had given up too soon.

Yes, they were always taking chances, looking for the answers
That took the whole world to higher ground.

[Chorus]

Keep a dream in your pocket,
Keep a dream in your heart.
Keep your dream forever;
Don't let it fade away.

Keep a dream in your pocket,
Keep a dream in your heart.
Keep your dream forever;
Don't let it fade away.

[Chorusx2]

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Prelude (Live On)
  • 2 The Streets of Serenade
  • 3 I’ll Never Find Another You
  • 4 Georgy Girl
  • 5 Building Bridges
  • 6 Love Is Me Love Is You
  • 7 Come the Day
  • 8 The Carnival Is Over
  • 9 One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
  • 10 Some Day, One Day
  • 11 Taking My Chances with You
  • 12 Morningtown Ride
  • 13 Time and Again
  • 14 Keep a Dream in Your Pocket
  • 15 Here I Am
  • 16 World of Our Own
  • 17 How Can a Love So Wrong Be So Right
  • 18 Sparrow Song
  • 19 House of Cards
  • 20 Red Rubber Ball
  • 21 When Will the Good Apples Fall
  • 22 Live On

  • Release information
    label: Karussell
    country(area): Australia
    format: CD
    barcode: 731455161922
    script: Latin