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According to lead singer Dolores O'Riordan, "Dreams" was written for an early love; she explained, "I wrote that about my first love when I was living in Ireland ... It's about feeling really in love for the first time". The song was later released on a demo tape with "Linger" that helped generate excitement for the band.
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Upon the 1992 release, Ian Gittins from Melody Maker named "Dreams" Single of the Week. He complimented it as "intoxicating, beguiling, a gossamer waltz across sacred ground", and concluded, "So enjoy the delicate but profound delights of 'Dreams' now. The Cranberries may never be this good again." On the 1994 re-release, Alan Jones from Music Week wrote, "A very different track to the long-lasting "Linger", "Dreams" is a more uptempo piece, less melodic but still a good bet." Charles Aaron from Spin commented, "Sinéadish wails over the drumbeat from Modern English's "I Melt with You". Dope. But after enduring the video, I sure hope singer Dolores O'Riordan has more compelling dreams than trotting around with a white horse and digging up hunks in the countryside."
There are three versions of the music video for the song. The first version features Dolores O'Riordan donning her original hairstyle that is seen on the Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We? album cover. The video revolves around O'Riordan with the other band members flashing up throughout the video while she's sitting on in a chair with a cross as a back or a close up of her face and eyes. The video shows a mirrored image of O'Riordan to show she does the background vocals and towards the end the band members fade in and out constantly in front of O'Riordan.
The second version shows the Cranberries performing the song in a dimly lit aquatic-themed room interspersed with shots of geometric flowers hitting water. This video received high rotation on MTV's 120 Minutes in 1993 before the release of the band's next single, "Linger", and the re-release of "Dreams" worldwide.
English electronic music trio Dario G covered the song as "Dream to Me", with vocals provided by Ingrid Straumstøyl. Released on 22 January 2001 as the lead single from their second album, In Full Colour, this version reached number one in Romania and the top 10 in Austria, Germany, and the United Kingdom. 041b061a72