Celine Dion – I’m Alive

Published in Medium, Positive Music on 1st October 2017
Celine Dion – I’m Alive

lyrics:

Mmmmm … Mmmmm …
I get wings to fly
I’m alive …

When you call on me
When I hear you breathe
I get wings to fly
I feel that I’m alive

When you look at me
I can touch the sky
I know that I’m alive

When you bless the day
I just drift away
All my worries die
I’m glad that I’m alive

You’ve set my heart on fire
Filled me with love
Made me a woman on clouds above
I couldn’t get much higher
My spirit takes flight
‘Cause I am alive

When you call on me
(When you call on me)
When I hear you breathe
(When I hear you breathe)
I get wings to fly
I feel that I’m alive
(I am alive)

When you reach for me
(When you reach for me)
Raising spirits high
God knows that…

That I’ll be the one
Standing by through good and through trying times
And it’s only begun
I can’t wait for the rest of my life

When you call on me
(When you call on me)
When you reach for me
(When you reach for me)
I get wings to fly
I feel that…

When you bless the day
(When you bless, you bless the day)
I just drift away
(I just drift away)
All my worries die
I know that I’m alive

I get wings to fly
God knows that I’m alive
About Celine Dion:

Céline Marie Claudette Dion, was born in 1968, the youngest of 14 children. Early in childhood, she sang with her siblings in a small club owned by her parents. From these early experiences, Céline Dion gained the know-how to performing live. At the age of 12, Dion composed a song in her native French and sent it to a record company, where it garnered the attention of René Angélil, a respected manager and her future husband. Angélil believed in Céline so much that he actually mortgaged his house in order to finance her debut album. Already very popular and successful internationally, Céline Dion burst onto the U.S. stage when she recorded the theme song to Disney’s hit Beauty and the Beast (1991). In 1990 she released the English-language album Unison, establishing herself as a viable pop artist in North America and other English-speaking areas of the world. Celine Dion‘s music has been influenced by genres ranging from rock and R&B to gospel and classical. Her main singing languages are French and English, but she also sings in Spanish, Italian, German, Latin, Japanese and Mandarine Chinese. While her releases have often received mixed critical reception, she is renowned for her technically skilled and powerful vocals.
About I’m Alive By Celine Dion:

Dion’s aptly titled A New Day Has Come, released in March 2002, ended her three-year break from the music industry. The album was Celine Dion‘s most personal yet, and established a more mature side of Dion with the songs “A New Day Has Come”, “I’m Alive“, and “Goodbye’s (The Saddest Word)”, a change that resulted from her new-found maternal responsibilities, because, in her own words, “becoming a mother makes you a grown-up.” It was released as the album’s second single on August 12, 2002 and was also featured in the Stuart Little 2 movie. “I’m Alive” is an uplifting midtempo song, where Celine Dion declares she is alive, fulfilled as a mother, and “in love.” It became a worldwide hit, hitting top 10 in many countries. It was certified platinum in Belgium (50,000) and gold in France (250,000).
About Other Songs By Celine Dion:

Dion’s status on the world stage was further solidified when she was asked to perform “The Power of the Dream” at the opening ceremonies of the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games. The album À l’Olympia (meaning At the Olympia) was recorded on September 28 and 29, 1994, during two sold-out concerts at the Paris Olympia. Among songs from singer’s previous French album Dion chante Plamondon, Céline Dion performed also “Calling You,” (Academy Award nominated song from Bagdad Café), “Quand on n’a que l’amour” (originally by Jacques Brel), and a medley of songs from the Starmania musical, including two songs unavailable on Dion previous releases.