Dreams Never End

Album: Movement (1981)
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  • 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 it's escapable view
    There's no escape so few in fear
    Give in a changing value

    To be given your sight
    Hid in a long peaceful night
    A nervous bride for your eyes
    A fractured smile that soon dies
    A love that's wrong from your life and soul
    A savage mine had begun
    Hello, farewell to your love and soul
    Hello, farewell to your soul

    Now I know what those hands would do
    No looking back now, we're pushing through
    We'll change these feelings, we'll taste and see
    But never guess how the him would scream
    But never guess how the him would scream
    But never guess how the him would scream Writer/s: Bernard Sumner, Gillian Lesley Gilbert, Peter Hook, Stephen Paul David Morris
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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