Songs Used As Queues: Dreamweaver

Have you noticed there are a handful of songs that are used in television and movies to queue a specific moment? “Dreamweaver”, the 1976 hit by Gary Wright that reached #2 on the charts, is one of those songs that is often used to highlight a breakthrough moment. When the song is immediately played it has a significant meaning – it’s a shortcut to a deeper meaning.

Here are some recent memorable moments when the song was used. In 1992, Gary Wright re-recorded a longer version of “Dream Weaver” for the Wayne’s World movie soundtrack; it is used when Wayne sees Cassandra for the first time. In 2010, the song was played to note the first meeting between Ken and Barbie in Toy Story 3. In 2018, the song was scored in the movie Blurt during the final scene to signify when Jeremy learns to make a difference. Is this song one if your favorites?

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