"Keep Your Dreams" as written by Andrew Colin Innes, Robert Clearie Young, Bobby Gillespie and Paul John Harte....
I believe that sinfulness can burn a soul away
There's no release from nothingness
When love has gone away

Stuck in this acid, you will rust
Time will turn your bones to dust
I can muster, let her go
Keep your dreams, don't sell your soul
Be careful

I believe in forgiveness, hate will eat you whole
Bad blood, a lifelong curse, you've got to let it go

Stuck in this acid, you will rust
Time will turn your bones to dust
I can muster, let her go
Keep your dreams, don't sell your soul
Be careful

I'm going down to the underground
As deep as I can go
I'm going down to the underground
As deep as I can go
I'm going down to the underground
As deep as I can go
(Deep as I can go)
I'm going down to the underground
As deep as I can go
(Deep as I can go)
As deep as I can go
(Deep as I can go)
As deep as I can go
(Deep as I can go)
As deep as I can go
(Deep as I can go)
As deep as I can go
(Deep as I can go)


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"Keep Your Dreams" as written by Paul John Harte Bobby Gillespie

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    General CommentOne of the most soothing song ever... The only peaceful track on XTRMNTR, with such gentle lyrics : "Keep your dreams, don't sell your soul, be careful"
    It makes me think of Suicide's... "Dream baby dream" !
    Great synth sounds
    The Dog That Ate...on October 26, 2006   Link
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    General Commentvery comforting indeed, especially in the context of the rest of the album, which is so much harsher... it makes this an important reprieve
    Lakemanon September 04, 2007   Link
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    General CommentBeautiful song. I quoted it in my High School yearbook
    Jestoon425on April 17, 2014   Link

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