Sioux starts off, with:

Time, is like a dream,

Now, for a time,
you are mine.
Let's hold fast,
to the dream,
that tastes and sparkles like wine.

Morrisey enters...

who-who knows if it's real,
or just something we're both...


... dreaming of.
What seems like an interlude now,
Could be the beginning of love.
Loving you, is the world that's strange, So much more than my heart can hold,
Loving you makes the whole world change. (d)
Loving you, I could not grow old.
No-nobody knows,
When love will end,
so 'til then, sweet fiend.
Time, is like a dream
and, now, for a time,

You are mine.
Let's hold fast to the dream
that tastes and sparkles like

...(Lyrics start repeating, with role reversals).

Lyrics submitted by Kaitou

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    General Comment
    their voices sound perfect together.
    saturnineon October 17, 2002   Link
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    General Comment
    Morrisey's vocal was much weaker that Siouxsie's though. And he's an idiot. Did the video to this ever get made? I know Morrisey wanted to put a bulldog in it and Siouxsie vetoed the idea and walked out...
    Suzarellaon March 06, 2005   Link
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    General Comment
    A cover of a song written by George De La Rue & Hal Shaper, this is quite a beautiful song. I disagree that Morrissey's vocal was weaker than Siouxsie's, they both did an excellent job and make this possibly the most chilling duets I've ever heard.
    Artificial Idioton April 11, 2005   Link
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    General Comment
    Actually, I thought Morrissey's vocal was perfect. Siouxsie was all right too, but even though I am a big fan of both, I don't think their voices sounded perfect together. to Suzarella: the fact that you dislike him doesn't make him either an idiot (check the meaning of the word: a highly intelligent man like Morrissey can't be an 'idiot') or a bad singer (another thing he most obviously isn't). But a comment such as that one makes YOU look like an idiot.
    nightanddayon September 18, 2006   Link

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