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Song of the Week
    2018-01-24  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Dreams

The Cranberries

Oh my life is changing everyday

In every possible way

And oh my dreams

It’s never quite as it seems

Never quite as it seems

I know I felt like this before

But now I’m feeling it even more

Because it came from you

Then I open up and see

The person falling here is me

A different way to be

I want more, impossible to ignored

Impossible to ignore

And they’ll come true

Impossible not to do

Impossible not to do

And now I tell you openly

You have my heart so don’t hurt me

You’re what I couldn’t find

A totally amazing mind

So understanding and so kind

You’re everything to me

Oh my life is changing everyday

In every possible way

And oh my dreams

It’s never quite as it seems

’Cause you’re a dream to me

Dream to me

Background

“Dreams” is a song by Irish rock band The Cranberries. It was released in 1992 as the band’s debut single, later appearing on the studio album “Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We?” It reached the top 40 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 Airplay and the top 30 on the U.K. charts in early 1994.

This hit was also a main feature of The Cranberries in the 1994 Woodstock Revival Festival. In 2017, the song was released as an acoustic* version on the band’s “Something Else” album.

The sudden death of Dolores O’Riordan, the 46-year-old lead singer of The Cranberries, shocked the world last week. Her voice and singing style has influenced many Chinese singers in the 1990s, including pop icon Faye Wong. Her imitation of O’Riordan’s silky voice, feverish high pitch and willowy whisper, as well as a cropped haircut, enabled her to blow into the Chinese pop music industry like a fresh breeze. Wong’s Cantonese cover* of “Dreams” soon distinguished her from other pop singers.

 

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