Who Sang Hung Up on a Dream? The Zombies

The Zombies Odessey and Oracle cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1968-4-19
Genre: Rock Pop
Style: Folk Rock/Psychedelic Rock
length: 3:02
producer: Chris White and Rod Argent
engineer: Peter Vince and Geoff Emerick
background vocals: Rod Argent and Chris White
bass guitar: Chris White
guitar: Paul Atkinson
mellotron & organ & piano: Rod Argent
vocal: Colin Blunstone
drums (drum set): Hugh Grundy
composer: Rod Argent
lyricist: Rod Argent
Well, I remember yesterday
Just drifting slowly through a crowded street
With neon darkness shimmering through the haze
A sea of faces rippling in the heat

And from that nameless changing crowd
A sweet vibration seemed to fill the air
I stood astounded staring hard
At men with flowers resting in their hair

A sweet confusion filled my mind
Until I woke up only finding everything was just a dream
A dream unusual of its kind
That gave me peace and blew my mind

And now I'm hung up on a dream

They spoke with soft persuading words
About a living creed of gentle love
And turned the arm to sounds unheard
And showed me strangest clouded sights above

Which gentle touched my aching mind
And soothed the wanderings of my troubled brain
Sometimes I think I'll never find
Such purity and peace of mind again

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Care of Cell 44
  • 2 A Rose for Emily
  • 3 Maybe After He’s Gone
  • 4 Beechwood Park
  • 5 Brief Candles
  • 6 Hung Up on a Dream
  • 7 Changes
  • 8 I Want Her She Wants Me
  • 9 This Will Be Our Year
  • 10 Butcher’s Tale (Western Front 1914)
  • 11 Friends of Mine
  • 12 Time of the Season