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Who Originally Sang the Impossible Dream?

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'The Impossible Dream (The Quest)' is a song written by Joe Darion and was composed by Mitch Leigh. The original song was sung by Don Quixote from the 1965 musical Man of La Mancha.
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The Impossible Dream song was originally composed by Mitch Leigh and written by Joe Darion. The song explains Don Quixote's quest as he stands over his armour.
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The Impossible Dream written for the musical Man of La Mancha, lyrics by Joe Darion and music by Mitch Leigh. It has been recorded many times by many stars. The best known version
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I am pretty sure that the Original song "Impossible Dream" was sung by Don Quixote in De La Mancha. But... having said that... It was made famous by Robert Goulet who sung
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Richard Kiley, in the original Broadway presentation of "Man of la Mancha" in 1965.
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