|Song by Kylie Minogue|
|From the album Impossible Princess|
|Released||22 October 1997|
|Producer(s)||Brothers in Rhythm|
|Impossible Princess track listing|
| "Through the Years"|
"Dreams" is a song by Kylie Minogue, taken from her sixth studio album Impossible Princess (1997). Written by Kylie, Steve Anderson and Dave Seaman, and produced by Brothers in Rhythm, the song appears as the final song on the standard edition of the album. Lyrically, the song deals with the wishes of Kylie. This song is where the title of the album comes from, which was renamed to Kylie Minogue in the UK due to the then-recent death of Princess Diana.
Background and composition
"Dreams" was written by Kylie, Steve Anderson and Dave Seaman, and produced by Brothers in Rhythm, during the point at which Impossible Princess was a Brothers in Rhythm only project; it was originally entitled "Impossible Princess". The sessions for the album were extended as DeConstruction felt the material presented was not commercial enough; the song was re-titled to "Dreams" and was included as the last song on the album, the lyric within the song also giving the album its title
At a running time of three minutes and forty four seconds, "Dreams" has a tempo of 74 beats per minute in the key of Ab minor.
"Dreams" made tour debut during the KylieFever2002 tour, where an excerpt was featured during the performance of "I Should Be So Lucky". It was then featured in the Showgirl tour in the fifth section of the show, entitled "Dreams"; this tour was cancelled due to Kylie's breast cancer diagnosis; it was later continued as the Homecoming tour, where "Dreams" featured again in the fifth section of the show.