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Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)

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  • 1983
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“Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)“ (or simply “Sweet Dreams”) is a song by the British pop music duo Eurythmics, written by Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart. It was released as a single in early 1983, and was the title track of their album Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This). It is notable for being the song which provided the group with their breakthrough into commercial success and one of their biggest hits. Its striking music video helped to propel the song to number two on the UK singles chart, and number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. It was the fourth single released from the Sweet Dreams album in the UK and the first ever single to be released by Eurythmics in the United States. “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)“ is arguably Eurythmics’ signature song and it is their... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ Everybody's looking for something ... I travel the world ... And the seven seas

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Most votes come from Greece, United States, Argentina, Germany, Romania, Austria, Norway, France, Brazil, and Turkey.


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