Gemini Dream

Album: Long Distance Voyager (1981)
Charted: 12

Songfacts®:

  • This is a combination of two songs, the first being bass player John Lodge's song about going on the road again and the second being guitarist Justin Hayward's song about love being shared or twin ("Gemini") dreams. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Ken - Louisville, KY

Comments: 2

  • Chomper from Northampton County, PaThis is one of the songs recorded by The Moody Blues for their LP album "Long Distance Voyager" (it is the third song on Side A ; right after the songs "Talking Out of Turn" and "The Voice".
  • Gigi from St. Louis, Mothere is something called an urban dictionary where it states a gemini dream is an identical dream shared by two people. maybe this is what hayward meant. it would be interesting to find out his interpretation.
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