The lyrics to the "Wishing" song, which The Psammead performs during the closing credits are: When you want you're heart's desire/And there's nothing but the fire/Of a madly yearning wild imagination/When all you have to do is choose/And if you don't your bound to loose/Something special in your life will pass you by/Castles in the air/Or a chest purest gold/Start a quest/Before you're old/Try wishing/A little harder every day/Wishing/To chase the clouds away!/In the twinkling of an eye/You'll grow tall/or even fly/You won't know until you try/So do/And in the magic that you find/Dream your dream away. See more »
[singing the "Wishing" song during the closing credits]
When you want your heart's desire and there is nothing but the fire of a madly yearning wild imagination. When all you have to do is choose and if you don't, you're bound to loose, something special in your life will pass you by. Castles in the air or a chest of purest gold. Cast aside despair, start a quest, before you're old. Try wishing, a little harder everyday. Wishing, to chase the clouds away. In the twinkling of a eye, you could ...
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The Psammead is seen singing "Wishing" during the closing credits. See more »
Composed by Michael Omer
Sung by Francis Wright See more »
Grant me one wish, don't watch this movie!
This movie, about a little puppet fairy in a gravel pit grants four English kids three wishes. The children make horrible wishes, and screw their lives up. An extremely worthless movie, it's not worth your time, money, or attention. Please, disregard this movie.
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