Whitney Houston & Brandy - IMPOSSIBLE / IT'S POSSIBLE (from "Cinderella," 1997)

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Goodbye, Whitney. There was music in you, indeed. Thank you for the decades of entertainment. God rest y...
Goodbye, Whitney. There was music in you, indeed. Thank you for the decades of entertainment. God rest your soul now.... Buy "Cinderella" here: *******www.cduniverse****/productinfo.asp?pid=1285873&style=movie Or here: *******www.amazon****/Rodgers-Hammersteins-Cinderella-Brandy-Norwood/dp/B00004Z4SE/ref=sr_1_1?s=movies-tv&ie=UTF8&qid=1322088560&sr=1-1 MUSIC: Richard Rodgers / LYRICS: Oscar Hammerstein II Impossible! For a plain yellow pumpkin To become a golden carriage Impossible! For a plain country bumpkin And a prince to join in marriage And four white mice will never be four white horses Such folderol and fiddle-dee-dee of course is Impossible! But the world is full of zanies and fools Who don't believe in sensible rules And won't believe what sensible people say And because these daft and dewy-eyed dopes Keep building up impossible hopes Impossible things are happening every day Impossible!.... It's possible! For a plain yellow pumpkin To become a golden carriage It's possible! For a plain country bumpkin And a prince to join in marriage And four white mice are easily turned to horses Such folderol and fiddle-dee-dee of course is Quite possible! It's possible! For the world is full of zanies and fools Who don't believe in sensible rules And won't believe what sensible people say And because these daft and dewy-eyed dopes Keep building up impossible hopes Impossible things are happening every day It's possible!.... **************************************************************** Cinderella (Brandy) and her Fairy Godmother (Whitney Houston) sing "Impossible/ It's Possible," before and after Cinderella's magical transformation, in Disney's 1997 remake of "Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella" (previously produced for TV in 1957 (starring Julie Andrews) and 1965 (starring Lesley Ann Warren)). I have edited out the dialogue in the middle so that the complete song can be heard without interruption.
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