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Written by Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris & Peter Hook. Produced by Martin Hannett.

Released November 1981 on Movement.

Notes The lead vocalist is bassist, Peter Hook. Written when they were still a 3-piece, this is one of the earliest New Order songs.

Personnel Bass & lead/backing vocals by Peter Hook Guitars by Bernard Sumner & Gillian Gilbert Drums by Stephen Morris

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  • Avatar for ftedendh
    guess the dreams always end...
  • Avatar for violatress
    "Hello, I'm Robert Smith and I'm borrowing this sound."
  • Avatar for Natanaelbp
    The title is about Joy Division - Insight... Ian Curtis lyrics.
  • Avatar for pla69
    Glad the eighties ended while this track will never
  • Avatar for micahnewman
    Compare with The Cure's "Inbetween Days" - I think that song is basically meant to be a New Order pastiche.
  • Avatar for ohsolucky
    oh it's fixed now
  • Avatar for ohsolucky
    the listening trend for this song is really bizarre
  • Avatar for KingFahtah
    Yes this is like a Cure melody
  • Avatar for stereolab22
    One of the best songs ever......
  • Avatar for kvothe_
    The title always means to me a reference to Joy Division and Ian Curtis.


My promise could be your fiend, a given end to your dreams
A simple movement or rhyme could be the smallest of signs
We'll never know what they are or care in its escapable view
There's no escape, so few in fear give in a changing value

New Order - Dreams Never End Lyrics



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