Wherever You Are is a song from the 1997 movie Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin. It is sung by Winnie the Pooh during a sad night, when he had almost completely lost his hopes of finding Christopher Robin. Rabbit awakes and listens to the song from inside the cave. A different version of this song is played over the film's end credits, which is sung by Barry Coffing and Vonda Shepard.


Come out moon
Come out wishing star
Come out, come out
Wherever you are

I’m out here in the dark
All alone and wide awake
Come and find me

I’m empty and I’m cold
And my heart's about to break
Come and find me

I need you to come here and find me
Cause without you, I’m totally lost

I've hung a wish on every star
It hasn't done much good so far

I can only dream of you
Wherever you are

I’ll hear you laugh
I’ll see you smile
I’ll be with you...
Just for a while

But when the morning comes
And the sun begins to rise
I will lose you

Because it’s just a dream
When I open up my eyes
I will lose you

I use to believe in forever
But forever is...too good to be true

I've hung a wish on every star
It hasn’t done much good so far

I don’t know what else to do
Except to try to dream of you
And wonder if you are dreaming too
Wherever you are

Wherever you are