Beside covering The Rolling Stones' song, Susan Boyle is also set to show her rendition of Madonna's track.
Twelve songs have been confirmed to be included in Susan Boyle's upcoming first studio project "I Dreamed a Dream". Aside from a cover version of The Rolling Stones' 1971 song "Wild Horses", the album also lists a rendition of Madonna's "You'll See" and Monkees' "Daydream Believer".
Among those re-recorded versions, "Wild Horses" is picked up as the first single from the soon-to-be-released effort. The track was showcased live for the first time in U.S. on the finale of "America's Got Talent" season 4.
Beside filled with song renditions, the album will also have a brand new material called "Who I Was Born to Be". Confirmed to arrive in U.S. on November 24, it reached the top spot on Amazon's bestselling chart in the first week of September due to an overwhelming number of pre-orders on the digital retail.
Commenting on the album, Susan said, "It was my greatest ambition to release an album, and I have finally achieved it. This amazing journey has helped me find my own identity and fulfill my wish. There is happiness out there for everyone who dares to dream."
"I Dreamed a Dream" tracklisting:
- "Wild Horses"
- "I Dreamed a Dream"
- "Cry Me a River"
- "How Great Thou Art"
- "You'll See"
- "Daydream Believer"
- "Up to the Mountain"
- "Amazing Grace"
- "Who I Was Born to Be"
- "The End of the World"
- "Silent Night"