Desperate Dreams

- Survivor
Released: 1988 Genres: Rock
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Lyric "Desperate Dreams"

Two dreamers, what would it feel like to meet by light of day
So lonely, wouldn't if feel right to love this night away
Your name keeps echoing down this wishing well
Wild hearts on an endless flight, set free in our dreams tonight

Two souls drawn to the fire in desperate dreams
Two hearts lost to desire's desperate schemes
One girl lost in a reverie, lost love found in a memory
Those nights live on forever two fools lost in a desperate dream

Torn pages, more than a memory pieces of the past
One vision, your image keeps haunting me, a love too good to last
Your voice keeps echoing down this wishing well
Wild hearts on an endless flight, set free in our dreams tonight

Two souls drawn to the fire in desperate dreams
Two hearts lost to desire's desperate schemes
One girl lost in a reverie, lost love found in a memory
Those nights live on forever two fools lost in a desperate dream

One love divided burns brightly through the night
Two dreams united until the morning light

Two souls drawn to the fire in desperate dreams
Two hearts lost to desire's desperate schemes
One girl lost in a reverie, lost love found in a memory
Those nights live on forever two fools lost in a desperate dream
Lost in a desperate dream, in just a desperate dream
Only a desperate dream

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Survivor

Survivor

Survivor is an American rock band formed in Chicago in 1978 by guitarist/songwriter Jim Peterik. The band achieved its greatest success in the 1980s, garnering many charting singles, especially in the United States. The band is best known for its double platinum-certified 1982 hit "Eye of the Tiger," the theme song for the motion picture Rocky III (US number 1 for 6 weeks). Singles like "Burning Heart" (US number 2), "The Search Is Over" (US number 4), "High on You" (US number 8), "Is This Love" (US number 9) and "I Can't Hold Back" (US number 13) continued to chart…