"Dreaming" as written by Klaus Heidlemann and Robert Alexander Schumann....
No words, no talk
We'll go dreaming
No pain, no hurt
We'll go dreaming

Walk with me, the future's at hand
Here with us, here where we stand
We both know the power of pain
We get back up and start it again
With new hope, no place for tears
Leave behind those frozen years
Come with me and we'll go dreaming

We don't know how it can be
Searching out dignity
Nothing can be as savage as love
One taste is never enough
With new hope, no place for tears
Catch my hand and come with me
Close your eyes and dream

We'll go dreaming

No words, no talk
We'll go dreaming
No pain, no hurt
We'll go dreaming
Catch my hand and come with me
Close your eyes and dream

[Repeat x2]
No words, no talk
We'll go dreaming
No pain, no hurt
We'll go dreaming

We'll go dreaming

Catch my hand and come with me
Close your eyes and dream

[Repeat x4]
No words, no talk
We'll go dreaming
No pain, no hurt
We'll go dreaming


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"Dreaming" as written by Deborah Harry Chris Stein

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    General Commentthe dj tiesto remix of this song has an amazing little part in it, that is perfect for driving faster than the legal limit, i love it so much. kev.. never forget on 309 racing the GT with this song!
    LiveUrLifeon May 17, 2002   Link
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    General Commentlove to chill out to this tune on dj tiesto's in search of sunrise 2. the tiesto remix is nice. but i do like the lucid 12" remix more.... the power of this song is that when i listen it in the buss i close my eyes and i really can dream....the vocalist takes you to another world...
    arjoderoonon August 20, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis song is awesome, even bt's version
    Xxalong-the-wayxXon September 27, 2002   Link
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    General CommentKick ass driving song, when it gets around 2 minutes, it feels like you're going 140.
    stepaholikon April 30, 2004   Link
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    General CommentTrivia: This song was featured briefly at the beginning and ending of the movie "Under Suspicion", with Gene Hackman, Morgan Freeman and Monica Belluci. BT also did the score for that film.
    CB2001on February 22, 2005   Link

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