“When I Stop Dreaming” by Don Henley ft. Dolly Parton [Video & Lyrics]

This duet is from Don Henley's actual first Country album titled Cass County.

“When I Stop Dreaming”

When I stop dreaming
That’s when I’ll stop loving you

The worst I’ve ever been hurt in my life
The first time I ever wanted to die
Was the night when you told me you loved someone else
And you asked me if I could forget

When I stop dreaming
That’s when I’ll stop wanting you

I’d be like a flower unwanted in spring
Alone, neglected, transplanted in vain
In your garden of sadness where its petals will fall
In the shadows of undying pain

When I stop dreaming
That’s when I’ll stop thinking of you

You may teach the flowers to bloom in snow
You may take a pebble and teach it to grow
You might teach all the raindrops to return to the clouds
But you can’t teach my heart to forget

When I stop dreaming
That’s when I’ll stop crying for you

Don Henley dabs in Country music with his album Cass County. The album features several collaborations with other big country artists and listeners and fans of country music seem to like it. The album reached #1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums and is still currently in the top 25 at #16. This song from the album was originally by the The Louvin Brothers released in 1955.

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