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Dream Too Much
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Released September 30, 2016 (2016-09-30)
Recorded 2016
Studio Spaceway Productions
Genre Children's music
Length 27:31
Label Amy Lee Music
Producer Will Hunt
Amy Lee chronology
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Dream Too Much

Dream Too Much is the debut solo studio album by Amy Lee, lead singer of the American rock band Evanescence. The children's album was written with multiple members of her immediate family, and was released through Amazon Prime on September 30, 2016. Videos for each song have been released via Amazon Video, with the animated music video for "Dream Too Much" being inspired by her two-year-old son, Jack Lion Hartzler.


Lee revealed that she had initially thought that she would not have enough time to work on music as a mother, but noticed that motherhood gave her "a showering of inspiration and fuel". Thus, Lee revealed that except for the everyday errands, she still had time to be creative and record music for Dream Too Much. Lee said the album was going to feature only four or five songs as a sixtieth birthday present for her father, John Lee. However, her manager was approached by Amazon to do a full children's album, and she accepted it.

Aside from the original songs written for the album, Lee also covered Ben King's "Stand By Me" (1961) and "Hello, Goodbye" (1967) by The Beatles. A writer with Loudwire noted the broader reach of these songs which could appeal to adult listeners as well.

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Stand by Me"   2:18
2. "Dream Too Much"   3:05
3. "Bee and Duck"   0:36
4. "I'm Not Tired"   2:15
5. "Little Bird"   3:23
6. "Alice"   0:47
7. "Rubber Duckie"   2:08
8. "Hello, Goodbye"   2:59
9. "Donkey and Chicken"   1:23
10. "The End of the Book"   2:58
11. "If You're a Star"   2:56
12. "Goodnight My Love"   2:43
Total length:
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