Never Had A Dream Come True

Album: 7 (2000)
Charted: 1 10
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  • S Club 7, which is a UK Pop group, released this on November 27, 2000. It was added to a re-release of the band's second album, 7, on December 4, 2000. The song was the ninth biggest selling single of 2000 in the UK.
  • This was the only S Club 7 single to chart in the US.
  • Jo O'Meara sang lead on this ballad.
  • This song was chosen to be the official 2000 BBC Children in Need single. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Lisa - Wexford, Ireland, for all above

Comments: 3

  • Jason from Pasadena, CaIt would be interesting if the Glee cast did a version of S Club 7's hit song and I'm thinking if Lea Michele, aka, Rachel Berry, would do the lead vocals, and can imagine how they would sound.
  • Brian from Vancouver, Canadajust heard this in safeway....cant understand how s club speaks what i feel. i really gotta get over her...
  • Joel from Columbia, ScHannah was cute but then so was Jo.
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