Produced by Martin Hannett. Dreams Never End Lyrics. 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
Spirit System - Dreams Never End 05:23. Dreams Never End, The Him, Doubts Even Here taken from – (Movement – 1981).
It is an instrumental in A minor with a time signature of 12/8. It can be found on their third studio album, Low-Life (1985). The band have stated that the song was written in memory of Ian Curtis, lead singer of the band's former incarnation, Joy Division. Elegia is Greek for elegy.
It bridged two distinct eras of music by paying tribute to what the band once was and offering a hint of what lay ahead. Bernard Sumner was ultimately selected as the group’s frontman, in part because his ethereal vocals stood in contrast to the late Ian Curtis’ distinctive baritone croons. But Dreams Never End found bass player extraordinaire Peter Hook, still fresh from his stint in Warsaw and Joy Division, stepping in to channel his inner Curtis with somber lyrics and a voice full of grief, fear, and ennui. Bonus Track: The fact that Dreams Never End predates The Cure’s Friday I’m in Love by more than a decade. Compare those guitar riffs and you’ll see what I mean. 09. Your Silent Face. Album: Power, Corruption & Lies (1983).