Time for Fantasy

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Time For Fantasy
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Studio album by
Amii Stewart
Genre Pop
Label RCA Victor
Producer Greg Walsh
Amii Stewart chronology
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Time for Fantasy is a studio album by Amii Stewart released in 1988. One of the ballads, "I Still Believe," which had already become a major hit for pop singer Brenda K. Starr in 1987, was also covered by Mariah Carey some ten years later. The album has been re-released as Dusty Road, Heartache To Heartache, Run In The Night and It's Fantasy.


Track listing

Side A

  1. "Dusty Road" (Douglas Meakin, Mike Francis) - 4:33
  2. "Heartache to Heartache" (Paul Bliss, Phil Palmer) - 3:36
  3. "Sometimes a Stranger" (Richard Feldman, Gary Mallaber, [2] [3] Marcy Levy) - 3:51
  4. "Stand" (Maurice White, Robin Smith, Franne Golde) - 4:26
  5. "It's You and Me" (Adrienne Anderson, Giuseppe "Beppe" Cantarelli) - 3:55

Side B

  1. "You Are in My System" (David Frank, Mic Murphy) - 4:15
  2. "Window Shopping" (Sylvia Moy) - 4:17
  3. "I Still Believe" (Antonina Armato, Cantarelli) - 3:53
  4. "Run in the Night" (Amii Stewart, Charlie Cannon, Francis) - 4:02
  5. "It's Fantasy" (Stewart, Franco Scepi, Sergio Menegale) - 4:16
  6. "Dusty Road (reprise)" (Meakin, Francis) - 1:04


"Dusty Road"

"Heartache to Heartache"

"Sometimes a Stranger"


"It's You and Me"

"You Are in My System

"Window Shopping"

"I Still Believe"

"Run in the Night"

"It's Fantasy"



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