Kenny Loggins - Conviction Of The Heart And Other Hits album download
|1||Conviction Of The Heart||6:53|
|2||This Is It||4:15|
|3||If You Believe||6:30|
|5||What A Fool Believes||4:10|
|6||Return To Pooh Corner||4:16|
|9||Celebrate Me Home||4:42|
|10||This Island Earth||5:21|
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Conviction of the Heart and Other Hits.
Kenneth Clark "Kenny" Loggins (born January 7, 1948) is an American singer and songwriter. He is known for soft rock music beginning during the 1970s, and later for writing and performing for movie soundtracks in the 1980s. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Conviction of the Heart and Other Hits Album.
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Conviction of the Heart. Conviction of the Heart Lyrics. Where are the dreams That we once had? This is the time To bring them back. What were the promises Caught on the tips of our tongues? Do we forget or forgive? There's a whole other life Waiting to be lived when One day we're brave enough To talk with conviction of the heart. And down your streets I've walked alone As if my feet were not my own Such is the path I chose Doors I have opened and closed.
Leap of Faith is the seventh solo album from singer Kenny Loggins. Released in 1991, it was the first album Loggins released after a divorce, and is notably longer than his previous solo albums. Singles from the album included "The Real Thing," "If You Believe," "Now or Never," and "Conviction of the Heart," the latter of which was later dubbed "the unofficial anthem of the environmental movement" by Vice President Al Gore.
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Album: Leap Of Faith (1991). Al Gore called this the "unofficial anthem of the environmental movement" when Loggins performed it on Earth Day in 1995 at The National Mall in Washington, . The song has become one of Kenny Loggins' signature tunes. This was co-written by Loggins' then guitarist Guy Thomas, who got the idea when he was driving to Los Angeles and saw a toxic wastefill. He was reminded of the line from the movie Network: "I'm as mad as hell and I'm not gonna take it anymore," and he decided to take action, as he was upset about what was going on in the environment